Klubb sets its sights on Germany

By Euan Youdale05 April 2016

Julien Bourrellis, president of Klubb.

Julien Bourrellis, president of Klubb.

Van mount manufacturer Klubb has appointed a distributor for Germany and announced a product launch for Bauma.

Blumenbecker Technik will represent Klubb’s full range of five platforms, with working heights from 9m to 15m the range is compatible with most van types and models, said the manufacturer, and can be operated with the engine turned off using its Green Pack technology, which is designed to save fuel and protect the environment.

A new model on its Bauma stand, and including these features, will be the K42P with an articulating jib and mounted on a four-wheel drive van.

“It was very important for us to find a strong and experienced dealer in Germany. Blumenbecker Technik draws on the strength of 25 years’ experience and has extensive technical expertise, making this company an excellent partner for the German market.” said Julien Bourrellis, president of Klubb.

“We truly believe that KLUBB platforms will provide the high standards expected by the German market in terms of quality and innovation. We are confident that this partnership agreement, based on the complementary expertise between our two companies, will enable us to capture a large market share in Germany.” added Ralf Herzog, managing director of Blumenbecker Technik.

Klubb and Blumenbecker Technik will be at Bauma on stand FN.1022/1.

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