Rotary Lift has partnered with Heavy Duty Trucking magazine to produce "Lifting Your Vehicles Correctly and Safely"


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Free Rotary Lift Webinar Provides Heavy-Duty Truck Lifting Tips

MADISON, IN--Sept. 5, 2013: Rotary Lift has partnered with Heavy Duty Trucking magazine to produce "Lifting Your Vehicles Correctly and Safely," a webinar designed to update fleet managers and technicians on the latest heavy-duty vehicle lifts and adapters, proper lifting techniques, lift maintenance and shop safety.

The webinar takes place Thursday, Sept. 26, at 2 p.m. EDT. Doug Spiller, heavy-duty product manager for Rotary Lift, will give the presentation. It is free: simply sign up at Webcasts. The event is expected to last 30 to 45 minutes, including a question-and-answer session.

"Since every fleet is different, there are a lot of factors that can come into play when you select lifts and lifting accessories," says Spiller. "During the webinar, we will discuss the proper methods for lifting various heavy-duty vehicles and highlight the adapters and equipment that can help keep your shop running efficiently."

According to Spiller, proper lifting starts with well-maintained equipment, so his presentation will cover regular lift maintenance practices. He will also discuss the value of annual lift inspections in terms of protecting technicians and reducing equipment downtime.

Rotary Lift offers a full range of heavy-duty lifts designed to improve shop productivity and profitability, including the Mach™ family of mobile column lifts and the MOD30 environmentally friendly inground lift, as well as two-post, four-post, inground scissor and parallelogram lifts. Rotary Lift's inground lifts feature the company's patented universal saddle adapter, which saves technicians time by combining several adapter options into one easy-to-use component.

Additional information about Heavy Duty Trucking's webinar series can be found at Trucking Info .

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