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Company's vehicle lifts meet certification standards

Posted on June 22, 2011

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — All three models of Gray Manufacturing Co. Inc.'s WPLS series of wireless mobile column lifts have met all requirements for certification under the current national standard, ANSI/ALI ALCTV-2006, and the ALI Automotive Lift Certification Program.

The company introduced the WPLS-160 wireless mobile column lift in 2003. In 2009, Gray Manufacturing updated the WPLS-160 to include three different models to meet customers' lifting needs: the WPLS-160F, WPLS-180C and WPLS-180W.

Gray Manufacturing Co. Inc. manufactures and sells portable lifting equipment for use by professional mechanics in the service and repair of trucks, buses and other heavy equipment.

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