CTE B-Lift tasked with mining maintenance

By Euan Youdale09 February 2016

from left: Davide Pulito, CTE area manager; Aleksandr Zahharov, Eesti Energia Kaevandused; Aleksandr

from left: Davide Pulito, CTE area manager; Aleksandr Zahharov, Eesti Energia Kaevandused; Aleksandrs Urbanovics, HCT Automotive; and Mr Luca Debiasi, CTE technician.

A truck mounted CTE B-Lift 430 High Range has been working for Eesti Energia Kaevandused, the mining division of Eesti Energia, in Estonia, since January.

CTE representive, based in Latvia, HCT Automotive, finalised the sale to the company.

The B-Lift 430 High Range working in the Narva mine, where Eesti Energia Kaevandused extracts rock for shale oil production. The B-Lift contributes to the maintenance of the excavators used in the quarry.

The platform reaches 42.5 m working height, 30 m outreach and has a 450kg capacity. After the delivery, specific training for the end user was carried out.

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