Pramac racing to run LIFTER logo for rest of year

LIFTER ON THE LIVERY OF THE PRAMAC RACING MOTOGP TEAM From its home Grand Prix that took place last May 31st 2009 on the Mugello circuit, Pramac Racing Team has on its livery LIFTER logo. The Italian company owned by Pramac Spa is, in fact, part...

LIFTER ON THE LIVERY OF THE PRAMAC RACING MOTOGP TEAM

From its home Grand Prix that took place last May 31st 2009 on the Mugello circuit, Pramac Racing Team has on its livery LIFTER logo. The Italian company owned by Pramac Spa is, in fact, part of the Pramac Racing Team family from this year and it will be until the end of the 2009 MotoGP season.

LIFTER, with its headquarter in Casole d'Elsa in the Siena Province, develops, produces manufactures and sells a complete range of internal and warehouse handling equipment: manual and electronic pallet trucks and lift-trucks. Our equipment manufacturing stands out for the elevated quality standards and for the outstanding functionality of the design and construction solutions. During every production phase, accurate detailed and sample controls ensure that quality levels are kept consistently high. Each machine is individually tested upon final assembly, after which it is packed and sent to the centralized deposit for shipment and delivery. The company distributes its products through a vast network of branches across the world, in Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asia.

Paolo Campinoti - Team Principal Pramac Racing Team

"Really fast, just like it happened in our world, we have decided to collocate Lifter logo on the Pramac Racing bike livery since the Italian Grand Prix and we decided to continue this partnership for the all 2009 MotoGP World Championship season. Our championship is nowadays one of the most followed sports in the world and for this motive a great window on the world for our partners. We confide that this collaboration will increase Lifter notoriety in the world reaffirming it as one of the leader in its sector."

-credit: pramac

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