CTE sales up 5% in H1

By Maria Hadlow02 August 2012

Italian manufacturer CTE has reported a 5% growth in sales in the first half of 2012 compared to the same period in 2011 This is equivalent to an increase of orders to the value of €1 million.

CTE said that the new products presented earlier this year have helped the growth: the truck mounted articulated aerial platforms ZED 21 JH and ZED 20.2 increased basket capacity to 300kg in the 20-21 m working height range and there were improvements to the B-Lift 20.13 Multipurpose.

Considerable foreign sales of B-Lift trucks (telescopic) and Zed (articulated), especially in the Middle East has contributed appreciably to the increased turnover.

CTE said, "The signs of rapid recovery of the market in the last period is increasingly strengthening CTE's position as is our perseverance to find the right solutions for the global market."

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