The privileged position of the standard telescopic lift in new masonry will change in the years to come because more and more entrepreneurs turn toward rotating telescopic such as those proposed by the Merlo company. Companies into the restoration of masonry have already made the switch; especially in Eastern Canada where Merlo technology is available since 2004.
Eric Lemire Enterprises specializes in erecting structural steel and miscellaneous metals for major building projects. Well know in the National Capital area, they participated to the construction of many projects such as the Corel Center (home of the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club), the American Embassy in Ottawa and the Regional Distribution Center in Winnipeg.
Manulift EMI, Canadian importer of Merlo innovative telehandlers, has recently concluded an
important agreement with Stoltz Sales & Service, giving their three branches of Elmira, Listowel
and Mildmay the exclusivity of selling Merlo's agricultural telehandlers in Mid Western Ontario
region. Case IH dealer since 1978, Stoltz Sales & Service had been considering Merlo in order to
respond to the increasing demand for telehandler in agriculture.