First sale for new Palazzani dealer

By Leila Steed21 February 2020

Palazzani XTJ52+ crawler platform is handed over to rental company Savani srl

Delivered: The Palazzani XTJ52+ crawler platform is handed over to rental company Savani srl

Left to right: Denis Bobbo (Sales, Nolves Srl) and Costantino Savani (CEO of Savani Srl)

Palazzani Industrie’s new dealer Nolves has sold its first spider unit.

Based in Northern Italy, Nolves completed the sale of a Palazzani XTJ52+ crawler platform to Italian rental company Savani.

Matteo Bertiato, managing director of Nolves, said, “It was an excellent teamwork that will certainly have positive effects on the territory, in terms of productivity.”

Nolves, which only became a dealer for the brand in the middle of 2019, said it worked closely with rental company owner, Costantino Savani, in order to negotiate the order of the customised model.

Bertiato said, “We thank engineer Savani for the trust he has given us in carrying on the negotiation of such a decisive and demanding purchase.”

Savani’s new spider features a 400 kg basket that lift up to four people plus equipment. The machine is equipped with the manufacturer’s PALCONNECT system, which offers GPS and remote assistance, and has a maximum working height of 52m and an outreach of 19.5m.

Costantino Savani, owner and CEO of Savani srl, said, “The crawler spider Palazzani XTJ52+ is just the machine that we were missing and that perfectly fits our fleet.

“It is versatile, fast and very suitable to carry out the works for the renewal of the telephony and renovation of buildings, which today are really popular.”


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