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Elevated Access named NZ Sinoboom distributor

Wednesday, 21 Aug 2019 ( #937 ) - Auckland, New Zealand
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Elevated Access has signed an exclusive agreement with Sinoboom
Elevated Access NZ Ltd has signed an exclusive agreement with Sinoboom to distribute the Chinese company’s MEWPs in New Zealand.

Elevated Access NZ previously represented the company in 2014, but had difficulty securing inventory.

Elevated Access also distributes Skyjack, and the Sinoboom partnership is a strategic move that will allow the company to offer additional products to local hire companies.
"Many brands build to a price, rather than to a standard," says Karen Williams, director of Elevated Access NZ. "With Sinoboom, it’s clear that their priority is excellence."

Terry Tibbitts, national sales manager for Elevated Access, says, "Customer feedback on how well the products are performing over time, with years of trouble-free use, made it clear that the time was right to formally bring the brand back into New Zealand and to forge an alliance between Elevated Access NZ and Sinoboom."
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