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Stertil-Koni reports record 2014 sales, honors top distributors

Posted on May 28, 2015

Heavy-duty vehicle lift manufacturer Stertil-Koni announced that the company has achieved record sales results for its calendar and fiscal year ending 2014 and recognized the achievements of its dedicated distributor network at the company’s annual distributor meeting, held recently in San Juan, P.R.

In making today’s announcement, Stertil-Koni USA Inc. president, Dr. Jean DellAmore, noted, “In 2014, our extensive line of heavy-duty lifting systems, which uniquely offers customers a comprehensive range of lifting technologies that we call ‘Freedom of Choice,’ achieved double-digit growth. In a marketplace as competitive as ours, that’s huge.”

“What’s more,” DellAmore continued, “from mobile column lifts to our full-rise platform lifts, from in-ground scissor lifts to our rapidly growing in-ground telescopic piston lifting system, the Diamond Lift, Stertil-Koni distributors did an outstanding job meeting and exceeding customer requirements throughout North America.”

Added Stertil-Koni distributor, Peter Haralovich, president of Safetylane Equipment/USA Lift, whose exclusive territory includes Indiana and Illinois, “This meeting, as with others before, never fails to impress. There is so much talent in the room. The products. The people. Collectively, we lead the lift industry.”

DellAmore saluted the efforts of the entire Stertil-Koni distributor network at its recent annual meeting and welcomed twelve companies into the company’s highly acclaimed “Million Dollar Club.” These companies are:

  • Alan Tye & Associates, LC
  • D & J Equipment
  • D.L. Carr
  • Heavy Duty Lift & Equipment, Inc.
  • Hoffman Services, Inc.
  • Liftlogic
  • Midwest Lift Works
  • Novaquip
  • Safetylane Equipment Corp.
  • Southwest Lift & Equipment
  • Vendor Network, Inc.
  • Westvac Industrial, Inc.

 

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