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April 25, 2017, 08:02:47 AM
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Wanted to see if there is actually a market for Aerial platforms/ Construction equipment via BTC


We are currently offering 2 types of  electric scissor lifts.

HB - 1430 ANSI   23500$

http://www.hybridlifts.com/products/scissor-lifts/hb1430ce.html

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HB - 527 ANSI 8200$

http://www.hybridlifts.com/products/scissor-lifts/hbp527.html

What makes our products unique:

1. They're very easy to operate & repair.
2. Non-marking tires so they will not rip carpets.
3. Fits in most commercial elevators making transporting them easy.
4. Full Swing- Entrance doors. 

All Charger/ Electrical connection is 220V / 50/60 Hz

Shipping terms would be Ex-Works  from Saudi Arabia.

Pm for more info/

Thanks for reading.
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April 26, 2017, 12:35:33 AM
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Wow, I need bigger ceilings so these would be useful!   Smiley

In all seriousness these lifts are pretty cool, do you handle shipping arrangements or would we be responsible for setting that up?

No ad here, just an address: 1DiGicoiNTzaZDGiEtbRzxYsMg1PZ9F47s
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April 26, 2017, 05:42:24 AM
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Its either or, we have the facility and the manpower to handle the shipping ourselves. we're just worried on where in the world we would be shipping to and the liability attached to shipping. It would really depend on which country honestly.
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