Yes multiple lift tables can be ordered with synchronized operation. The question to first address is what level of synchronization is actually required and is the weight of the load on each lift table the same? Basic synchronization can often be accomplished through the use of a geared hydraulic flow divider. This system provides fairly consistent accuracy and repeatability however there may be some minor height variations during the operating cycle. With this design when all of the lift tables are fully lowered or fully raised the synchronization automatically resets. The next level of synchronization involves 2 or more lift tables with uneven loads on the lift table platforms or the application calls for consistently even lifting and lowering without any minor height variations during the operating cycleis achievable however at a significantly higher cost. When considering synchronizing hydraulic lift tables it is very important to first know and convey the actual application requirements to the lift table manufacturer.