CTE in Singapore

By Richard High19 January 2010

Italian manufacturer CTE has created a solution to meet the requirements of the local authorities operating in the Singapore National Park and has received an order for a ZED 26 truck-mounted aerial platform, to be used to prune trees along state roads and motorways, and in parks.

The machine combines the truck-mounted aerial platform, mounted with a saw, plus a container and a tip-up bin in which to throw the cut branches. It is easy to use and increases efficiency.

The ZED 26 can reach a working height of 25.3 m with a capacity of 200 kg. It features a working radius of 12.5 m and can be fitted on a PTT 7500 daN, 3620 mm pitch chassis.

This ZED 26 model will be fitted out locally by CTE's partner in Singapore, MULTICO Equipment & Parts PTE LTD.

Established in 1980, MULTICO Equipment & parts specialises in construction, material handling, environment landscaping and recycling industry equipment.

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