Bronto goes to work in Vladimir

By Lindsey Anderson17 October 2012

A truck-mounted Bronto S 46 XDT has been assisting in glass installation in Vladimir, Russia.

LTECH, which owns the machine, had been contacted to supply a unit that had a capacitiy of no less than 500kg and a working height of more than 42m.

"In spite of the uncertain autumn weather, the Bronto S 46 XDT has managed to fulfill the works successfully. The working platform hardly oscillated in the height of 46m. This allowed the client to solve all the necessary tasks," LTECH said in a statement.

LTECH is planning to add more truck-mounted units to its fleet, including a Ruthmann T 370.

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