Eurogrues signs Morocco's biggest AWP deal

By Euan Youdale01 July 2016

Genie has delivered 58 boom lifts to Morocco-based Eurogrues.

The deal with Morocco’s biggest access and material handling rental provider includes a range of all-electric and diesel-powered GS scissor lifts and ZX and Z articulating boom lifts, with working heights from 8m to 43m. Deliveries began at the beginning of July.

José Antonio Moreno, managing director, Eurogrues Morocco, said, “This first order marks the beginning of what we expect to be a long-term relationship as Eurogrues continues to expand its Genie fleet to maintain its leadership position in Morocco.”

Christophe Rousseau, Terex AWP sales director for Southern Europe, Northern and Central Africa, added, “This order stands for the most significant investment in new aerials ever signed in Morocco. We are proud Genie could be part of it, and we are confident this new business relationship will help support the culture of safety at height in the construction industry in Morocco.

“Genie team members across different departments have worked hard for a whole year to put together a comprehensive and tailored offer.”

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