Palazzani sales continue

By Euan Youdale01 April 2020

Italy-based tracked platform manufacturer Palazzani is reporting new equipment deals, as it works amid the challenges from COVID-19.

3. Blu garden

A Blu Garden unit in operation 

Blu Garden, from Monticello Brianza, Northern Italy, has ordered a 25m working height TSJ 25 model. With 11.5m outreach, the machine is suitable for the tree care and landscaping work carried out by the company. The electro-hydraulic controls, telescopic boom and articulated fly-ib, allows easy access to trees, along with its compact stowed dimensions and zero tail swing. 

Meanwhile, Palazzani is working with its local community to help those most affected by COVID-19 and is supporting the AiutiAMObrescia (WeHelpBrescia) fundraising campaign, aimed at supporting the local city’s health system.

Serena Mingardi, sales, marketing and press at Palazzani, said, “Since we believe it is essential to protect our staff during this delicate moment, we have issued an extraordinary health policy: Covid-19, for them through our insurance broker.”

The company has also reorganised and adapted all its processes in accordance with regulations. In addition to government measures, it has taken extra safety measures nd facilities, including offices and production departments have been sanitised using specialist companies.

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