MAHA supplies some of Australia’s leading mechanical businesses with its German-built hoists and dyno

MAHA says it has supplied its premium quality workshop equipment across the globe and that it’s no surprise to see its equipment in the best workshops in Australia.
Nik Manukyan, founder and Managing Director of Euro Motorsport, believes MAHA’s equipment helps his business to ensure it remains as one of the leading workshops in the country.
“Working on the world’s finest cars requires absolute dedication and an unlimited hunger to overcome ongoing challenges in new technologies,” Nik said.
“To enable us to create a workplace for a dedicated team of technicians to work effectively on the type of cars we do, we demand the best tools and equipment. After a lot of research and flying around the globe from one expo to another, I found MAHA workshop equipment to be the highest quality available.
“It took only one phone call to MAHA Australia for me to fall in love with the product and the next thing I know, I was packing my luggage and heading to Germany to visit the MAHA factory where I got to understand the brand and the quality I was after, and it didn’t take me long to make my decision.

“I purchased MAHA MSR500 Four-wheel drive dyno and 6x hoists to extend our workshop capabilities. I couldn’t be happier with my purchase we are now able to dyno world’s best Supercars with extreme confidence and accuracy, which is extremely important for us and our customers.”
“Lifting these expensive cars to work on can be difficult, but the MAHA two post and MAHA scissor lift are just perfect for the job. Now when we’re lifting Supercars or daily drive cars it’s much easier for our technicians and a less time-consuming win-win.
“From that first phone call to MAHA Australia and even today, it has been a pleasure
working with the MAHA team here in Australia and Germany and I would highly recommend anyone looking at vehicle lifting or testing equipment
to contact MAHA Australia. Thank you very much for the excellent product and great ongoing service.”

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