Rotary Lift announces ALI certification graduates

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Updated Aug 15, 2013

ALI PatchThe first graduating class of Automotive Lift Institute (ALI) Certified Lift Inspectors includes 20 Rotary Lift distributor and installer employees — more than any other manufacturer.

“Because of our commitment to customer safety and productivity, Rotary Lift has taken a leadership role in supporting the ALI Lift Inspector Certification initiative,” says Ron Lainhart, Rotary Lift parts and service manager and an ALI Factory Designated Trainer. “Our distributors and Rotary Authorized Installers (RAIs) have stepped up and shown that they are committed to the same principles by being among the first to enroll in the program. We congratulate the inspectors who have already completed the certification process. They are available to inspect customer lifts now, providing a trustworthy resource for shop owners across the country.”

In addition to this year’s graduates, more than 100 additional Rotary Lift-affiliated inspectors are currently enrolled in the program and on their way to achieving certification, the company says.

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