24 April 2008

Nationwide Access in the UK has entered the self–drive, truck–mounted platform market with a £1 million (US$1.7 million) order for 23 CTE machines. Twenty–one of the units are 3.5 t GVW units with working heights from 14 m to 20 m; two are 32 m platforms. Pictured are Lorenzo Cipriani (left), chief executive of CTE and Peter Douglas, general manager of Nationwide's Skylift vehicle–mount rental division. The 3.5 t GVW units can be driven on a normal car driver's license.

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