ATN focuses on market trends

03 February 2020


Piaf 13RE

ATN will share its view of the European market on its stand at APEX. The France-based company, which was acquired by Fassi Group in 2018, will exhibit models from its complete range, except for hydraulically-driven vertical masts. “These are being replaced more and more in Europe by full electric drive machines,” said a company spokesperson.

The electric drive Piaf 13 RE mast lift will be at the show, taking place 9-11 June at the MECC exhibition venue in Maastricht, the Netherlands. The model’s 6.05m working height makes it competitive in the electric articulated boom market, said the company, with the additional benefit of a compact chassis. It will be joined by the track mounted Piaf 810 vertical mast, designed to work inside and outside on slopes of 5 degrees.  

The company will also show the 16m working height Zebra 16 Stab articulated boom on its stand (#220). It has a 9.4m horizontal reach and is able to work on slopes of up to 19%, with the use of its outriggers.

ATN’s largest diesel scissor platform, the 15 working height rough terrain CX 15, with double extension deck, will be on the manufacturer’s stand too, as will the Mygale 23 hybrid tracked platform, with diesel or plug in power options. It is designed to have a fast lift speed of 1 minute, 30 seconds to its full 23m working height. 

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