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17/11/2020

How are the lifts supplied by Hidral Gobel to Ashok Leyland in New Delhi?

The lift installed in the vehicles is the Gobel Micro and this is placed at the rear part of the vehicle giving access to a door exclusively for people with reduced mobility.

During the year 2019 Hidral Gobel has supplied a part of the hydraulic lifts that have the CNG buses manufactured by Ashok Leyland as part of the big tender in the capital of India.

The public company Delhi Transport has promised to their citizens 3.000 new buses, 1.000 of these during the year 2019 and 2020.

The lift installed in the vehicles is the Micro and this is placed at the rear part of the vehicle giving access to a door destined for persons with reduce mobility.

The Micro Lift needed changes of the external measures and some wiring adaptation to meet adequately with the requirements. These were thanks to the collaboration and availability of Hidral Gobel to implement the appropriate changes.

The micro lift is a semiautomatic model with folded plate that due for the size and weight was the best lift for this application.


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