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  • Don Kenny

    Loxam on access


    Don Kenny, CEO of Loxam’s access division, shares his views on acquisitions, rebranding and the future of the division

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    Loxam buys Haulotte rental business in Italy


    Addition of Nove will add to the Nacanco operation it acquired last year.

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    Acquisitions boost Loxam revenues to €1.37 billion


    Like-for-like growth of 8.5% plus major acquisitions give Loxam a 48% revenue boost in 2017.

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    Loxam enters Italy with Nacanco buy-out


    French rental company expands presence in western Europe with acquisition of access rental firm Nacanco

  • Marzia Giusto, director general of Nacanco

    Nacanco marks 15 years with sales growth


    Italy-based Nacanco has reported growth in the first half of its 15th year in the aerial work platform rental sector, along with fleet expansion and a new branch in Verona

  • Ramon Santamaria, commercial director, Nacanco

    Ramon Santamaria returns to Nacanco


    Spanish rental company re-appoints commercial director with plans to grow business and improve customer service

  • Nacanco's managing director, Marzia Giusto.

    Nacanco's Marzia Giusto talks to IRN about growing in a difficult market.


    Italian aerial platform rental company Nacanco is successfully negotiating a stormy economy and maintaining its track record of growth. Murray Pollok met the company's managing director, Marzia Giusto, in Rome.

  • The new Nacanco safety backpack is designed for operators using overhead lifting machines

    Nacanco launches safety backpack


    Italian sales and rental company Nacanco has introduced a safety backpack for operators working at height.

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    Nacanco continues to grow fleet


    In addition to the 45 new Socage truck-mounted platforms that Access International recently reported being added to the Nacanco fleet. The Italian aerial platform specialist has bought 30 Braviisol Leonardo vertical mast machines and ten 8m Genie booms.

  • Socage's DA320 in the Nacanco livery.

    Nacanco buys 45 machines from Socage


    Italian rental specialist Nacanco has bought 45 aerial platforms from Socage: 38 DA320s and 7 DA324s.

  • A Teupen Leo13GT in the Nacanco fleet.

    Nacanco becomes Teupen dealer in Italy


    Italian sales and rental company Nacanco has become the exclusive dealer for Teupen in Italy. Nacanco's rental fleet includes a number of Teupen machines and now the company will also be selling the 11 models of tracked platforms "spiders."

  • Teupen's Leo 13GT platform.

    Nacanco opts for Teupen as it enters atrium lift market


    Italian access rental company Nacanco has ordered 12 Teupen ‘atrium lift’ platforms for its fleet as a way of diversifying beyond the construction market.

  • Nacanco general manager Marzio Giusto is the new president of Assonolo.

    Nacanco's Marzia Giusto appointed Assonolo president


    Ms Marzia Giusto, general manager of Italian access rental company Nacanco, has been elected as the new president of Assonolo, the Italian rental association. She was appointed at the association’s annual meeting in Bologna in March and will hold the post for two years. Assonolo is the rental organisation within ...

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    HUNE continues rapid expansion


    Spanish rental company HUNE (formerly Euroloc) has ambitious growth plans for 2008 despite having made three major acquisitions during 2007. The company aims to open 25 greenfield depots this year and invest €125 million in expanding its fleet.

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    Euroloc rebrands as HUNE


    Spanish rental company Euroloc has renamed itself HUNE. The rebranding – which reflects four of its existing names, Homs, Umesa, Nacanco and Euroloc – comes as the company reported total revenues in 2007 of €233.7 million, up from €75.6 million in 2006 and higher than the €225 million previously forecast.

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    HUNE continues rapid growth


    Spanish rental company HUNE (formerly Euroloc) has ambitious growth plans for 2008 despite having made three major acquisitions during 2007. The company aims to open 25 greenfield depots this year and invest €125 million in expanding its fleet.

  • GAM's David Muntanola.

    GAM and Euroloc Buying In Spain


    Access rental consolidation went into overdrive in Spain during May with the separate announcements that GAM is to acquire Vilatel and Euroloc will buy the Spanish operations of Nacanco.