Haulotte India readies for activity rebound

As India is still battling the COVID19 pandemic and under lockdown, in the past few weeks the government has allowed limited relaxations to businesses to restart activities. Haulotte India team makes every effort to support its distributors and customers.

Deliveries and trainings are gradually being resumed


For the last 2 months, no deliveries of Haulotte machines could be made to Indian customers. Haulotte India distributor Gemini Power Hydraulics Pvt. Ltd. partially opened its warehouse and service centre. Gemini teams are currently engaged in dispatching and delivering Haulotte equipment to meet customers’ demand. Among them, the company Tata Singapore Airlines - Vistara - ordered the HT23 RTJ O telescopic boom. Aerial companies often use MEWPs for aircraft maintenance or repair. Haulotte RTJ range meets their needs by providing them efficient and safe lifting equipment. The HT23 RTJ O offers outstanding performance and productivity with a very good working envelope. It is perfect for high access applications and provides the highest safety levels for the staff who controls the correct functioning of aircrafts.

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Deliveries and trainings resumed in India


Two weeks ago, Haulotte conducted a technical training session on the machine for the Gemini Service Team at their workshop. «All safety measures necessary to maintain social distance have been applied, as well as the wearing of face masks and gloves throughout the training» said Gokul Dhanasekaran, trainer at Haulotte India.