All Iteco articles

  • Production models are now available of the Pop-Up DRIVE 10 Eco with a platform height of 3m and a sa
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    Low-level keeps advancing: Maria Hadlow reports on some of the latest developments.

    2011-04-05T10:41:00Z

    The offerings in the low-level access market is growing all the time. Maria Hadlow reports on some of the latest developments.

  • Kemp, the distributor for Imer's Iteco range in The Netherlands and Belgium.
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    Piangiani to head up new Imer Access

    2011-02-21T16:38:00Z

    The Italian Imer Group has gathered all the activities related to the production, sale and service of aerial platforms together under one division, Imer Access and Paolo Pianigiani has been appointed as business unit director to manage the new division.

  • Sklad's branch network map.
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    Imer appoints Sklad as second Iteco dealer in Russia.

    2010-07-15T12:46:00Z

    Imer has appointed Sklad, a Nissan forklift dealer, as its second dealer in Russia. Based in Moscow, Sklad has 26 offices throughout Russia and specialises in equipment for the logistics and warehousing sectors.

  • Alan Russon of Russon Access and Martin Connolly of Imer (owners of Iteco) celebrate the sale of 12
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    Russon sells 12 more Itecos to Lifterz

    2010-06-22T11:48:00Z

    At the UK exhibition Vertikal Days, Russon Access was able to confirm an order for 12 Iteco IT12122 scissors from UK rental company Lifterz.

  • Kemp, the distributor for Imer's Iteco range in The Netherlands and Belgium.
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    Kemp takes on Iteco range with gusto

    2010-01-25T15:19:00Z

    Imer's distributor for The Netherlands and Belgium market, Kemp, has already taken delivery of over €750000 worth of the Iteco range of products - the company was appointed to distribute the range in December last year.

  • Martin Connolly, product and distributor development manager.
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    New Imer-Iteco dealers announced for Benelux and Russia

    2009-12-14T10:22:00Z

    p Imer has appointed two new European distributors for its Iteco powered access division: Kemp will cover the Benelux region, and Sklad will join Tecnostroy as joint dealers for Russia. /p

  • Martin Connolly, product and distributor development manager.
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    Imer makes changes to Iteco sales network

    2009-11-02T10:18:00Z

    Imer is in the process of creating a new worldwide dealer network for its new Iteco aerial platform division. The company has already appointed Lift-Up in Germany as a new representative in Germany, decided to switch French sales from Iteco France to its existing Imer France subsidiary, and is now ...

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    IMER Group buys Iteco

    2009-09-04T10:49:00Z

    Italian aerial platform manufacturer Iteco has been acquired by fellow Italian construction equipment manufacturer IMER Group for an undisclosed price.

  • Iteco's new, battery operated, rough-terrain scissor can be driven safely at height.
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    Iteco's rough-terrain, battery scissor in production

    2009-08-11T09:49:00Z

    Iteco will shortly begin production of its 19 m working height, battery powered scissor. The IT17210E has a four-by-four wheel drive making it suitable for rough terrain.

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    First in new scissor range from Iteco

    2009-03-09T17:08:00Z

    A 19 m working height electric scissor drivable at 14 m platform height is the latest machines from Italy's Iteco. The IT 17210 is the company's first 4WD, rough terrain electric scissor.

  • Carsten Bielefeld of Hubarbeitsbuhnen Bielefeld, Germany.
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    Lufthansa and Bielefeld develop special aviation scissor

    2008-11-10T12:06:00Z

    German aerial platform dealer Hubarbeitsbuhnen Bielefeld has developed a specially modified ‘waste disposal' scissor lift with airline Lufthansa. The ‘Easydrop' product will be launched at the InterAirport China exhibition at the beginning of December.

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    Booms from Iteco? Plus emphasis on niche machines

    2008-10-16T09:31:00Z

    Italian scissor specialist, Iteco told AI that the company is seriously looking at developing a full range of articulated booms. The company hopes to be able to present the booms at Intermat 2009.