Rotary Lift Helps Drive Audi Expansion in India


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MADISON, IN--March 26, 2013: Audi's newest dealership in India boasts 22 service bays and is the largest in its network. To outfit the bays with automotive lifts, the new Audi Delhi West turned to Rotary Lift, which has equipped 10 other Audi dealerships in the country.

A total of 15 Rotary Lift SPOA10 two-post lifts were installed at the facility located in New Delhi. The installation wrapped up in October and the dealership opened Nov. 5. It is Rotary Lift's largest installation in India.

"Audi is currently one of the top two OEMs in the Indian premium segment and the company has been building several new dealerships," said Deep Bhattacharya, Rotary Lift regional sales manager in India. "We supplied their growing network with many lifts in 2012 and expect to install even more this year at new planned locations."

Audi Delhi West is the second Audi dealership built in India's capital city. The first, Audi Delhi South, relies on four Rotary Lift Smartlift SL210 inground lifts and two SPOA10 two-post lifts for service duties.

"Everyone has been working together to complete these installations," said Bhattacharya. "AAM Automotives, our distributor in New Delhi, was instrumental in getting the Audi Delhi West deal done."

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