Easy Lift is founded in early December 2005 by Michele and Emanuele Sorianini.
In March 2006 production of first tracked platforms begins, with the models R130, R150 and R190 for the Italian and Dutch markets. Thus begins our history, built of strong motivation and a great drive for innovation and constant improvement.
With production going ahead on higher tracked platforms, Easy Lift is urgently in need of more space.
And so, on 1st May 2008 it takes over an existing company and effectively becomes a manufacturing unit. The headquarters are established at Brescello (Reggio Emilia), with a production area of approximately 1000 m2 and 200 m2 of office space.
Two years of expansion for the company, leading to the launch of new spiders (R160, R180, R210) and two truck-mounted platforms: the articulated EZ220 with a working height of 22m, and the telescopic ET210, with a working height of 21 m.
The VAN range is born: a new concept of van-mounted aerial platform, which can reach heights of 13 or 15 metres.
Easy Lift is granted ISO 9001 certification by TÜV SÜD and the statutory CSA certification for distribution in the United States and Canada.
In 2013 Easy Lift adds yet another certification to those already held: the one for the Russian market.
Almost ten years old, Easy Lift moves its offices and production premises to a larger site: 2,400 m2 of production plant and 200 m2 of offices in Via Leonardo da Vinci, still in Brescello. It’s 1st May 2014.
Towards the end of the year, following market demand, Easy Lift begins designing a new range of spiders, starting with the RA15 platform (the project will be completed in 2016).
At the same time the range of van-mounted platforms is extended with the launch of the EV125, and truck-mounted platforms with the new ET090, a compact aerial platform mounted on a pick-up.
2016 – 10 years
The most recent addition to the Easy Lift family – the RA15 – goes on sale; meanwhile engineers and designers are busy with plans for the new RA26 spider.
Easy Lift proudly harvests the fruits of its first ten years in business, offering the market a great range of 25 aerial platforms: 15 spiders (11 on tracks and 4 on wheels), 7 truck-mounted platforms (including 1 on a pick-up) and 3 van-mounted models.