First CTE range topper delivered to Serbia

By Euan Youdale08 June 2021

ZED 25 HV for Tenge Doo

Rental and sales company Tenge Doo has taken delivery of the first ZED 25 HV truck mount in Serbia, from CTE, which it will integrate into its rental fleet.

The new ZED 25 HV has the highest working height in the ZED range, at 24.6m, with a 3.5 tonne GVW. The unit, mounted on an Iveco Daily, is equipped with the Italian manufacturer’s real time stability and performance control system S3 EVO.

The control system provides a graphic display, showing permitted maneuvers, while the CTE Connect system optimises fleet management through remote monitoring, settings and assistance calls.

ZED 25 HV for Tenge Doo

Ivan Beloica, the owner of Ugrinovci-based Tenge Doo, said, “I have always felt attracted to CTE’s S3 EVO system for its guarantee of safety and stabilisation versatility, and I decided to purchase the highest truck mounted platform in the ZED range.

“For our rental fleet it represents an important addition and I trust that all our customers will benefit from it in terms of safety and operation at height.”

The compact ZED 25 HV has a length of 7.8m, width of 2.25m and a travel height of 2.78m, and offers a working outreach of 12m.

Tim Hunt, CTE area manager for Serbia, added, “We are very happy that an esteemed Serbian company like Tenge decided on our ZED 25 HV, recognising the exceptional performance, features and reliability of this popular model.”

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