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Turkish Technic adds Haulotte machines

Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019 ( #929 ) - Istanbul, Turkey
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Part of Turkish Technic's Haulotte delivery
Aircraft maintenance provider Turkish Technic recently took delivery of 26 new Haulotte machines for its new service centre at Istanbul Airport.

Turkish Technic recently received the last Star 6 PICKING unit to complete its main fleet which now consists of more than 70 Haulotte machines.

Acarlar Makine, Haulotte distributor in Turkey, has supplied Turkish Technic with Haulotte lifting equipment for 10 years. "The maintenance of aircrafts is highly regulated, in order to ensure safe and correct functioning during flight. For this reason, high performance machines are required to finish the work," says general manager Serkan Acar.

The new order included various products, spanning scissor lifts, articulating booms and electric vertical masts.

HA26 RTJ PRO and HA41 RTJ PRO articulating booms will be used to maintain the high ceilings in the hangars. These versatile machines have been designed to meet the expectations of operators in terms of performance and cost effectiveness.

Meanwhile, Compact 12 electric scissor lifts and Star 6 PICKING vertical masts were also delivered for aircraft maintenance.

More than 300 Haulotte units were used during the construction phase of the new airport.

Turkish Technic, the engineering arm of Turkish Airlines, operates at Istanbul Airport where its facilities span 130,000 sqm and it employs a workforce of 3,000.
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