Stertil-Koni, a leading provider of heavy-duty vehicle lifts, has launched a new blog called “Vehicle Lift Connection.” The blog will feature tips, tricks, product updates, news, features, interviews and other valuable content focusing on the heavy-duty vehicle lift community.
Located at www.VehicleLiftConnection.com, Stertil-Koni hopes the blog will become the go-to source for useful and engaging information for anyone who works on heavy-duty vehicles.
One of the first posts on the blog explores five tips for safely operating vehicle lifts in a shop environment. Topics covered include proper stability and positioning, pre-lift checks, safe operation, security and maintenance. Another post on Vehicle Lift Connection is an in-depth look at new developments surrounding in-ground piston lifting technologies, with a focus on the DIAMOND LIFT, Stertil-Koni’s state-of-the-art in-ground telescopic piston lift. In an interview in the post, Matthias Lennemann, Stertil-Koni USA’s sales manager for heavy-duty in-ground lifts, explains how the DIAMOND LIFT helps customers save time and money and operate their shops more safely and efficiently.
Dr. Jean DellAmore, president of Stertil-Koni USA, noted, “We are pleased to announce the kickoff of Stertil-Koni USA’s official blog. In the coming months, readers will learn more about the people and products behind Stertil-Koni and will get a chance to interact with us, not only as customers but as friends.”
Future posts on Vehicle Lift Connection will share additional best practices and helpful information for the heavy-duty vehicle lift industry. Updates will also connect Stertil-Koni’s customers to the talented men and women on the company’s staff who serve them every day.
“We are a committed and passionate group and we truly believe that our life’s work is to create exceptional, safe and environmentally-friendly lifting products so that mechanics can safely lift the vehicles they work underneath every single day,” added Dr. DellAmore. “In my long career I have never worked with a group of more dedicated people than the folks who work for Stertil-Koni.”