LTECH extends into tall truck mount rental

12 June 2012

Left to right – Dmitry Malvinskiy (LTECH vice-president), Reiner Klugel (Ruthmann after-sales servic

Left to right – Dmitry Malvinskiy (LTECH vice-president), Reiner Klugel (Ruthmann after-sales service export) & Mikhail Malvinskiy (LTECH president). Anyway Mr Klugel was invited by LTECH to the

Russia based LTECH-Lifting Technology has started expanding its rental fleet with larger truck mounted units. The first machine bought for this project is a Bronto S 46 XDT with a working height of 46m.

The new unit is a piece of used equipment bought, said LTECH, "from one of the largest European rental companies." In the near future LTECH intends to order four more units for its rental fleet these are: two 37m working height Ruthmann Steiger T 370s, one of which should be delivered in October 2012 the other in 2013, the new Ruthmann T 460 (46m), launched at Intermat, and a Ruthmann T 580 (58m) yet to be officially launched. These latter two machines will also be delivered in 2013 and LTECH believes that the T580 will be the biggest truck mounted unit in Russia.

LTECH's president, Mikhail Malvinskiy said, "Our goal is to become a key player in the sale and rent of tall truck mounted machines in Russia. We have ambitious plans taking us up to the end of 2018 to acquire a total of 30 different units from 37m to 100m. All worksites - business centres, Olympic complexes, football and hockey arenas, airports, railway stations and industrial enterprises - need to be served with high quality service and safety. The main goal of our company is to provide it at the highest level possible."

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