SLEC

23 Fontana Lane, Suite 110
Baltimore, MD 21237

About SLEC

Incorporated in the United States for more than 30 years; we have EARNED our enviable reputation for supplying a great product, at a competitive price and backed up by the best product support in the business. Of course, everyone will endeavor to give you comfort, but with experience like ours and with more than 4,000 sets of lifts supplied we have proven it. Today, we are still asked to supply parts for the very first lifts we sold…and we do.

While there are other companies selling mobile lifts; they are often treated by them as a sideline product – just one of a number of products they offer. You wouldn’t buy a mobile lift from a big-box store and you wouldn’t call a chain gas-station to get it service

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Products by SLEC

By SLEC

For nearly 40 years SEFAC has been synonymous with mobile lifts. While the advantages of a mobile lift are well accepted in the transit marketplace, there are those who favor a drive on fixed lift for speed of use and for their wheel free capability. SEFAC has recently introduced the OMER... Read more »

By SLEC

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