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Sinoboom launches in South East Asia

Thursday, 13 May 2021 ( #1025 ) - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Sinoboom expands its offering in Malaysia
Sinoboom expands its offering in Malaysia
Schmetterling recently launched a new series of Sinoboom machines in Kuala Lumpur, attracting the attention of rental companies across Malaysia. Schmetterling was appointed as Sinoboom's exclusive Malaysia dealer in September 2020. The new products are the AB14E and AB16EJ electric articulated boom lifts. Both machines are equipped with intuitive and simple operational functions, including a smart screen displaying built-in self-diagnostics. Founded in 2015, Schmetterling Rental is a specialised access equipment rental, sales and services and parts provider, covering Malaysia. A Schmetterling spokesman says the company initially came into contact with Sinoboom through the scissor range and was impressed by the high quality of its products. It anticipates the same success with the new Sinoboom electric boom products in Malaysia.

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