High Position 4m working height

IXOLIFT 400 series

The smart and safe alternative to ladders and scaffolds

"We are here to provide the world with safe and smart alternatives to traditional ways of working with ladders and scaffolds. Our dream is a world free of injuries caused by falls from low heights. This is an area wherethe majority of workplace injuries occur today, and every IXOLIFT that finds its way to any of these places, will help bringing down this number to a minimum."
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Johan Friis
CEO, IXOLIFT
"We were looking for an alternative to ladders that would be safe and comfortable for our rental customers, but just as easy to use and move around. That’s when we found IXOLIFT.”

“Demand has been surprisingly strong, and the IXOLIFT team has been a really good supplier for us. They’re an excellent team to work with and I think there are a lot more markets they can enter with this product.”
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Jukka Pönkänen
Industrial-Equipment
Business Manager, RAMIRENT
“The rental customers will like this product, there is no doubt.”

“IXOLIFT is actually a very simple product, because there are no electricity or oil involved. This also makes it suitable for use in industries like pharmaceutical production, hospitals, catering and others where hygiene is important and hydraulic MEWPs are not allowed.”
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Hanne Kühl Hejgaard
Rental-equipment expert

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The IXOLIFT Team Expands to Sweden

It is our pleasure to announce that Bror Lindholm will be joining the IXOLIFT team, effective immediately. Bror will take the super important role as Key Account Manager for Sweden as IXOLIFT expands its sales network in Sweden. Bror has

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20170912 HELSINKI Ixolift. Lastensairaalan työmaa Meilahdessa.  Kuvassa Esa Koivula. Kuva: Olli Häkämies / 20170912 HELSINKI Ixolift. Construction site of Childrens' hospital in Meilahti.  In the picture Esa Koivula. Photo taken by: Olli Häkämies

IXOLIFT 400 BRINGING SAFETY TO THE CONSTRUCTION

IXOLIFT 400 brings safety and improved ergonomics to the construction of Helsinki’s new Children’s Hospital In 2018, Helsinki will have a brand new Children’s Hospital in the Meilahti hospital area. But for now, the nine-floor building is still a huge

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