Klubb will exhibit an aerial platform on the new Euro VI Renault Master van for the first time at JDL Expo, taking place in France later this month.
The manufacturer’s K32 boom will be mounted on the new Renault Master, which is compliant with WLTP pollution standards that also come into force in September.
“As a Renault-approved bodybuilder, we work in close collaboration with the manufacturer’s technical teams, which means we are always ahead of the game in responding to new regulations, without any break in delivery, and in launching innovative products to our clients,” said Julien Bourrellis, president of Klubb.
In addition, Klubb will exhibit, for the first time in France, its new KT20 on Iveco truck. This telescopic platform on 3.5 tonne chassis, with 20.6m working height is aimed at rental companies. It is designed to be robust, easy to use and versatile.
Klubb’s K20 model on a Nissan eNV200 will also be at the show. The 100% electric van mount is very compact size and offers 10m working height and 5m offset. It is ideal for working in urban areas.
The manufacturer will be on stand A15 at the show, 25-27 September, at the Palais des Congres, Beaune, in France.