As pressure mounts in transit agencies and heavy duty truck maintenances facilities throughout North America to improve efficiency and reduce workplace hazards, one relatively low tech and unsung hero has emerged – the high lift wheel dolly.
To meet escalating customer demand for its broad range of heavy duty vehicle lifts, Stertil-Koni announced Feb. 18 that it has boosted its manufacturing capacity and simultaneously implemented key enhancements in its overall production processes to...
The heavy duty lifting experts at Stertil-Koni had a lot to cheer about recently when one of their own, Erik Narvesen, a member of the company’s operations team in Stevensville, Md., set three U.S. national records in heavy duty power lifting.
As a growing number of municipalities across North America tackle complex construction projects associated with their new vehicle maintenance facilities, in-ground vehicle lift engineers are increasingly focusing on new designs that substantially reduce...
As pressure mounts on fleet maintenance and service shops throughout North America to address new and more stringent environmental requirements, 2014 is shaping up to be the year of the “green lift” according to Stertil-Koni.
According to a recent market analysis by Stertil-Koni, driving the change has been key technological advancements in hydraulic vehicle lifting systems which combine to measurably improve performance, environmental containment and safety.
Stertil-Koni announced July 22 it has completed the next stage of a multi-phase capital investment program designed to enhance both productivity and efficiency at its U.S. manufacturing facility, Stertil ALM, located in Streator, Ill.
Stertil-Koni announced May 20 what its research has shown to be seven key steps that fleets and transit authorities should observe prior to lifting heavy duty work vehicles in commercial maintenance facilities.
To demonstrate lifting capacity, flexibility, user-friendliness and portability of its wireless mobile column lifts, Stertil-Koni took heavy duty lifting to new heights recently at the World of Concrete show in Las Vegas