Antoniolli expands fleet and depots

By Euan Youdale29 November 2013

From left: Alessandro Maschera, CTE area manager; Lorenzo Cipriani, CTE president; and Sannio Antoni

From left: Alessandro Maschera, CTE area manager; Lorenzo Cipriani, CTE president; and Sannio Antoniolli, owner of Antoniolli Srl.

As part of its expansion plans, Italian rental company Antoniolli is investing in 30 new aerial work platforms, including 21 CTE ZED 20.2 H truck mounts.

The company has also bought nine self propelled booms from Terex AWP, but has not confirmed which models they are.

Antoniolli Srl specialises in the production of metal products for the industrial sector and containers, as well as the rental and sale of cranes and aerial work platforms. Headquartered in Pordenone, it has added hire depots in the Marche and Emilia Romagna regions in central Italy.

“We have decided to open in the Emilia and Marche regions because we believe that they are interesting places for the AWP market” said Sannio Antoniolli, owner of Antoniolli. “Moreover, we wanted to further consolidate our partnership with CTE. Ninety percent of our truck-mounted fleet comes from CTE, so with this new purchase we continue to achieve our goal to standardise our fleet.”

The ZED 20.2 H, launched last year, has a 20 m working height, 9.2 m outreach and a maximum capacity of 300 kg in the basket. The patented H stabilisation system deploys the outriggers in one movement and allows the operator to get closer to pavements.

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