Exports up for Isoli

By Sarah Ann McCay13 July 2013

Isoli has completed orders for truck-mounted platforms bound for Algeria and Russia

Isoli has completed orders for truck-mounted platforms bound for Algeria and Russia

Italian aerial platform manufacturer Isoli has seen growth in its international exports market, with orders recently fulfilled for Algeria and Russia.

The company received orders for 20 truck-mounted PNT 205 platforms on Peugeot Boxer vans to Algeria. The platforms are to be used by a company that works for the state power company, and then a sub contractor.

Isoli has also just sold a 35 m PTJ 3522 SL platform to Russia. The truck-mounted platform was custom-built to operate at temperatures of -40°C. Local Russian importer Automechanica Plant brokered the sale.

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