Mtandt multi-manufacturer order

By Euan Youdale02 March 2017

Rakesh Modi, managing director, Mtandt Group.

Rakesh Modi, managing director, Mtandt Group.

Mtandt Group has ordered 158 new machines to add to its rental division, which has the biggest AWP fleet in India.

The brands ordered include ATN, Dingli, JLG, Magni, Skyjack and Unic, representing a strategic mix of scissors, booms, telehandlers and loader cranes, said the company.

Mtandt Rentals is also set to order 80 units from Dingli – designed at Magni’s R&D centre in Italy following Magni’s 20% acquisition of the company last year - and a 72 m working height truck mounted platform from Ruthmann.

“In our endeavor to continuously grow and cater to the demand of new equipment from our customers, we are investing in enhancing our existing fleet and topping it up with a whole new lot of equipment,” said Rakesh Modi, Managing Director, Mtandt Group.


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