Nacanco buys 45 machines from Socage

24 October 2011

Socage's DA320 in the Nacanco livery.

Socage's DA320 in the Nacanco livery.

Italian rental specialist Nacanco has bought 45 aerial platforms from Socage: 38 DA320s and 7 DA324s.

The new equipment is going to be added to Nacanco's 2600 unit fleet, which range between 4m and 43m working heights.

Nacanco has selected the two double pantograph models, Socage DA320 and DA324, to satisfy the growing demand for truck mounted aerial platforms for rent; the two versions are totally hydraulically controlled and reach 20m and 24m working heights respectively. They are designed to be easy to use and reliable. All the units are mounted on Renault Maxity 110.35/5 AC L2 trucks.

The business relationship between Nacanco and Socage goes back to 2007 and it has been growing year by year. In the period, from 2010 to the first quarter of 2011, Nacanco purchased 20 truck mounted aerial platforms from Socage.

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