Poole, United Kingdom, July 23, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Modulift is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Pescaira S.L. as an official distributor of the Modulift spreader system for Spain and Portugal from July this year.
Commenting on the appointment, Juan Landesa, Managing Director of Pescaira S.L. said; “We pride ourselves on offering our customers a vast selection of quality rigging products and services and are continually looking to introduce the most advanced, innovative products on the market to our existing portfolio.”
“Modulift is the leading modular spreader system available and is already proving a popular choice with our customers, as they recognise the advantages of its versatile nature. By building relationships with international companies in Spain and Portugal, we are confident sales will continue to increase, as more customers realise the potential of using the same spreader for different lifts,” Juan continues.
Pescaira S.L., based in Vigo and Madrid, has been providing efficient and unique solutions to customers’ lifting and material handling needs for over 15 years. In the last two years, the company has considerably expanded its technical team in order to continue to meet and exceed the demands of its customers as well as to significantly enhance its sales efforts throughout Spain.
Nick Latham explains Modulift’s decision to appoint Pescaira S.L.; “It is essential for us to choose the best possible distributor to ensure we continue expanding our business operations and in turn sales. Although Modulift has a strong customer base with Europe, Spain and Portugal have been identified as countries where we can further increase the systems usage across a range of industries.
“Pescaira is firmly established within both the Spanish and Portuguese markets as a forward thinking company that offers its customers safe, reliable and cost effective products, such as Modulift. The company has already received several orders from companies operating within the wind energy sector, and is looking to introduce the system to other industries including offshore rigging, prefabricated products and aerospace,” concludes Nick.