Maltech takes three new Brontos

06 July 2012

Eric and Marc Hunziker of Maltech take delivery of the new Bronto XDTs from Dominik Keller of Bronto

Eric and Marc Hunziker of Maltech take delivery of the new Bronto XDTs from Dominik Keller of Bronto Skylift AG

Swiss rental firm Maltech has added three new Bronto Skylift truck mounted units to its fleet.

The new units, offering working heights between 38 m and 50 m, were delivered to the Swiss firm in June. The largest unit, the Bronto Skylift S 50 XDT-J, is the first lift of its size in Switzerland with 37 m of outreach and a triple jib.

The new additions mean that the Maltech fleet of Bronto XDTs now covers working heights from 32 m to 70 m. All the XDT units have a safe working load of 600 kg in conjunction with the extendable cage and can be equipped with a boom winch.

Maltech operates a network of 20 depots in Switzerland.

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