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February 20, 2014

Stertil-Koni makes equipment investments to boost production

Installed a new machining center to expedite the fabrication process at its manufacturing facility in Streator, Ill., and added a cutting machine for quicker manufacturing.


April 2, 2013

VSG, Stertil-Koni settle patent lawsuit

Under the agreements, details of which are confidential, each company will acknowledge each others existing patents.


January 24, 2013

Stertil-Koni to equip Texas’ Sun Metro

Will produce and install 18 high-capacity, heavy duty vehicle lifts. the contract purchase calls for Stertil-Koni to deliver two of the company’s lifting systems: ECOLIFT and SKYLIFT.


January 14, 2013

Stertil-Koni releases fleet, transit study

The three top elements cited as very important to fleet maintenance operations in the U.S. and Canada are safety, mentioned by 97% of respondents, followed by controlling costs (91%) and minimizing downtime (88%).


December 20, 2012

Stertil-Koni delivers GO Transit lifts

In fulfilling the contract, Stertil-Koni ‘s distributor serving the eastern region of Canada, Novaquip, delivered seven sets of the Stertil-Koni EARHTLIFT (consisting of six mobile columns per set) and nine in-ground piston lifts.


October 16, 2008

Stertil-Koni debuts green lift at Expo

Ninety-eight percent of the materials used to create the Envirolift are recyclable, including the nylon, steel and, most notably, the batteries. The batteries used, also known as deep-cycle marine batteries, are robust, energy-efficient and 100 percent recyclable.


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