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MIT Automobile Inc.'s Maxima lifts ALI certified

Posted on December 14, 2015

MIT Automobile Inc. announced their Maxima Brand of four new heavy duty mobile column lifts have met the requirements for certification under the Automotive Lift Institute’s Automotive Lift Certification Program. MIT Automobile is also a proud member of the Automotive Lift Institute.

“By teaming with ALI’s vehicle lift certification program, MIT can assure our customers that our products meet the highest manufacturing and safety requirements,” said Sam Fielden, VP of MIT Automobile Inc.

The four new models are the ML-4030BC, 66,000 lb. capacity, ML-6045BC, 99,000 lb. capacity, ML-4034BC, 74,000 Lb. capacity and the ML-6051BC 111,000 lb. capacity. All models are 24-volt battery powered and includes as standard features a fast charge mode, deep cell gel industrial batteries, movable wheel adapters, powder coated paint and LED display with self-diagnostic capabilities.

“The stringent manufacturing, safety and quality control criteria required by the ALI program called for a very diligent team effort by the Maxima Brand Lift Design Group” stated Fielden.

MIT announced that these four new models will be available by the middle of the 4th quarter 2015.

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