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17 March 2008

Bison Palfinger exhibited an Economy series of its new 3.5 t TA range at Platformers’ Days show in Hohenroda, Germany, in late August. The series matches the 14, 17, 21, and 25 m working heights of the Business range, launched at Bauma, but is a “less expensive, simpler version” of those models. Bison Palfinger its targeting “both rental companies and end–users who want the superior performance of the new models at a lower price,” Alexander Lukas, sales manager for the Austrian company, told AI. Economy models will be available on Nissan Cabstar or Renault NuCity chassis. Pictured is a 21 m Economy model viewed over the rear deck of a Business version.

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