CTE sells to Denmark municipality

By Euan Youdale18 December 2015

From the left: A worker from Lolland Kommune; Allan Thage, head of operations Park & Road depart

From the left: A worker from Lolland Kommune; Allan Thage, head of operations Park & Road depart

The Municipality of Lolland, the fourth biggest island of Denmark, has taken delivery of a ZED 21.2 JH articulated truck mounted platform from CTE Danmark.

The ZED 21.2 JH has 2.7 m working height, 9.9 m outreach and 280 kg of capacity and is suited to signs maintenance, greenery maintenance, painting, restoration, cleaning facades, thanks to its jib, the H stabilisation and compactness, said the manufacturer.

The basket has secondary guarding with a double bar protecting operator and passenger hands during aerial maneuvers. The platform structure is made of Strenx SSAB steel.

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