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Hiab Trade Press Release

Hiab strengthens ZEPRO tail lifts offering on the French market


Hiab, part of Cargotec, is strengthening its ZEPRO tail lifts offering on the important French market and introducing three new tail lifts at the Solutrans Exhibition in Lyon, France on 21 - 25 November 2017. 
"The ZEPRO brand is about quality, reliability and safety. We focus on continuously developing our overall offering and creating new opportunities for our customers. We want our customers to have an experience that exceeds their expectations", says Henrik Fintling, Head of Sales & Services for ZEPRO tail lifts in EMEA/APAC. 
"We see great interest in ZEPRO among customers in France. We are therefore proud to announce our new products and a new sales organization. With our Sales Manager, Mr Jeremy Grebet, we see a prosperous future in France, would like to welcome customers to become ZEPRO partners and wish our French organization for ZEPRO tail lifts the best of success", concludes Henrik Fintling. 
Hiab's ZEPRO brand offers the completest range of tail lifts on the market. The common future of all models is the short installation time, the combination of low weight and high strength in the steel structures, and the long-term reliability ensured by component protection. The tail lifts introduced in Solutrans exhibitions are ZEPRO ZR 10/15, ZEPRO SZN 2000 and ZEPRO FC500: 
ZEPRO ZR 10/15 - The robust tuckaway lift for flexible distribution
ZEPRO's new tuckaway tail lift ZR 10/15 is easily accessible when needed for loading and off-loading, and can be tucked neatly out of the way when working on fixed loading docks. Key benefits are a lightweight construction that offers an increased payload while maintaining maximum stability, easy installation, and the fact that it fits on most vehicles due to its compact design.
ZEPRO SZN 2000 - Prioritizing stability and reliability
The SZN 2000 slider lift is a "one size fits all" concept that simplifies installation. The lift design combines frame-built profiles with a central drive system to create a stable and reliable lift that moves smoothly and quietly. Together with longer lubrication intervals, the modular design and proven technology mean less maintenance and reduced service costs.
More payload with ZEPRO FC500
ZEPRO FC500 is a one-piece Full Closure lift, which offers an improved vehicle payload, typically saving 100kg in payload compared to a conventional column lift arrangement. The Full Closure lift also significantly reduces the installation time, since it incorporates a rear frame, top door and tail lift - all in one product.
Hiab's new ZEPRO tail lifts are presented together with other solutions, such as the MOFFETT M8NX, Hiab HiConnect(TM) and more, at Hiab's stand HIAB 5 S 129 at the Solutrans Exhibition in Lyon, France, on 21-25 November. 
For more information, please contact:
Henrik Fintling, Director, Sales&Services, Tail Lifts, Hiab, email:
Jérémy Grebet, Sales Manager, Tail Lifts, Hiab, tel. +33 6 04 52 88 73, email:
Hanna-Kaisa Talvensaari, Senior Communications Manager, Hiab tel. +358 40 758 1572, email:
Hiab is the world's leading provider of on-road load handling equipment, intelligent services and digitally connected solutions. As the industry pioneer, Hiab's more than 3,000 employees worldwide focus on our commitment to increase efficiency in our customers' businesses and to shape the future of intelligent load handling.
Hiab's offering encompasses class-leading load handling equipment, including HIAB loader cranes, LOGLIFT and JONSERED forestry and recycling cranes, MOFFETT truck mounted forklifts, MULTILIFT demountables, and tail lifts under ZEPRO, DEL, and WALTCO brands. Hiab's ProCareTM service, award-winning HiVisionTM crane control system, and HiConnectTM platform demonstrate our constant drive to provide intelligent services and connected solutions that add value to our customers.
Hiab is part of Cargotec Corporation. Cargotec's (Nasdaq Helsinki: CGCBV) sales in 2016 totalled approximately EUR 3.5 billion, and it employs over 11,000 people.


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