Bronto's 112 m truck mount goes to Roxu Group

By Maria Hadlow20 April 2010

Bronto Skylift's 112 m machine has been sold to Spanish crane rental specialist Roxu Group.

Bronto Skylift's 112 m machine has been sold to Spanish crane rental specialist Roxu Group.

The Spanish Crane Rental Specialist Roxu Group is the owner of Bronto's new 112 m truck mounted platform which can be seen on the Bronto stand next to a 104 m model, which has been in the Finnish rental company, Janneniska's fleet for several months.

The machine has been bought primarily for wind turbine maintenance and is the company's third truck mounted platform to sit alongside its fleet of 800 cranes.

According to Jane Denks of Bronto the company has 92% market share in Spain of truck mounts over 70 m.

He added that crane rental companies are becomingly increasingly interested in adding the higher truck mounted platforms to their fleets.

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