Collé Rental adds Magni telehandlers to fleet

By Sarah Ann McCay11 April 2013

Magni’s telehandlers come with cabin air-conditioning as standard

Magni’s telehandlers come with cabin air-conditioning as standard

Netherlands-based Collé Rental & Sales has added a fleet of Magni telehandlers to its rental and sales operations. The firm has also been appointed as the Magni importer for the Benelux, Germany and Austria.

Established in 2012, Italian brand Magni designs and produces rotating and star telehandlers. The star telehandlers offer a lifting capacity of up to 32,000 kg and a lifting height of almost 12 m. Magni’s rotating telehandlers offer a lifting capacity of 6,000 kg and lifting height up to 30 m. The Magni telehandlers also meet the latest emission standards and are equipped with a Mercedes-Benz TIER-4I Motor.

“We are constantly looking for qualitatively strong products with which we can differentiate our internationally operating rental company. The new Magni series completely satisfies these conditions. With regard to lifting capacities and height, the Magni telehandlers belong to the genuine powerhouses of Europe. Add to that the fact that the machines are supplied as standard with cabins with airco and overpressure and you are looking at a top product in the higher segment,” said F. Collé, director at Collé Rental & Sales.

Ricardo Magni, founder of Magni Telehandlers, added: “Collé has been actively involved with our brand from the outset. The specialists at Collé were impressed with the quality and performances of our machines. Besides which, with its international contacts and focus Collé is the perfect partner to introduce our brand.”

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