Multiple order for CPL

By Euan Youdale15 November 2018



UK-based CPL’s has recieved orders for 78 Isuzu P130A pick up mounted platforms and 50 Klubb K42PL van mounted paltforms on 5 tonne Iveco Daily vans.

Both orders came from British Telecom. The P130A pick ups boast a 1Kv Insulated boom, 13.1m working height and 6.2m working outreach. They come with full small series type approval, including a robust towing capacity and 240Kg safe working load in the basket.

The Klubb K42PL mounted on 5 tonne Iveco has 14.6m working height. Fitted with a weight sensor, the working outreach can be either 7.1m at 200Kg or 8.1m at 120Kg load in the basket.


“We have been working with both BT Fleet and Openreach to develop a series of products which are as close to an off the shelf proposition as possible and it is exciting to see the first units being delivered and put into operation across the UK. We are extremely proud to be working with the telecoms giant and look forward to a long and successful partnership,” said Paul Murphy, CPL managing director.

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