Beyer buys Magnis

By Euan Youdale09 November 2020

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Magni has delivered 40 rotating telehandlers to German rental company Beyer Mietservice.

Beyer, headquartered in Westerwald, with branches across Germany, is expanding its fleet of rotating telehandlers. Riccardo Magni, managing director of Magni, and his son Carlo Magni, vice president, attended the handover of the 40 units to Beyer-Mietservice. They include load capacities up to 7 tonnes and a maximum lifting height of up to 29.8m. According to the manufacturer, Magni is first to provide Stage V-compliant rotating telehandlers in this performance class.

“Magni’s Stage-V telescopic handlers are in great demand and meet our high quality standards,” said a Beyer representative. And the rental company, which operates throughout Europe, will continue to focus on low emission and zero emission solutions when modernising and expanding its rental fleet.

The new units include a large package of attachments for a range of uses, including winches, hooks, heavy-duty buckets and working platforms, as well as telescopic hooks, platforms with winches and jibs. New areas of applications have been created by equipping the machines with a Twin Energy-System from Magni. This system allows machines to be used in areas that require emission-free working.

The machine’s automatic attachment recognition tool on the boom head activates the live load diagram on the multifunctional display and load limiter.


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