Verton appoints Hanho for South Korea

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Australian load orientation company Verton has appointed Hanho International as its distributor for South Korea.

Seoul based Hanho has been importing and exporting used mobile cranes since 1989, the company is now looking to expand into other lifting related areas and believes that Verton’s remote-controlled load orientation devices eliminate the need for taglines, by using gyroscopes will prove popular in the markets it covers.

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Chief executive Jim Park said: “To put it simply, there is no one else doing what Verton is doing to improve the safety of workers on the job site. There is no other technology that delivers this significant level of risk removal while providing a cost-effective solution that also provides more efficient operations. Our market research shows that our target market for Verton solutions will include management and planning installation companies, and crane rental companies to begin with. We are
eager and proud to offer the Verton range of products to our customers.”

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Verton’s Tim Ekert added: “It’s exciting to witness new audiences benefiting from Verton’s technology in their lifting operations. Verton’s range of lifting solutions uses gyroscopes and sophisticated control systems that make even the most difficult job safer, without the need for taglines or poles.”

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