Palazzani delivers spiderlifts to rental specialist

31 January 2022

The agreement between Palazzani and Eurolev has seen the former acquire two new spider lifts.

French rental company Eurolev Vertical Solution has added two Palazzani spiderlifts to its fleet. 

The company, which specialises in access equipment and has 17 locations across France, recently took delivery of the Palazzani bi-energy XTJ 37+ and  XTJ 52+ crawler models. 

While the XTJ 37+ model has a working height of 37m, an outreach of 15.7m and a capacity of 330kg, the XTJ 52+ reaches up to 52m in height with an outreach of 19.5m and the capacity of 400kg.

To carry out lifting tasks and for greater onsite flexibility, each of Eurolev’s XTJ 37+ and XTJ 52 machines have been fitted with winch, that offers maximum lift capacities of 500 and 980kg respectively. 

Eurolev said, “These two platforms were purchased to offer our customers a greater working height, especially when the applications are on the skyscrapers.

“We use Ragno palazzi platforms for many activities, such as construction sites with difficult or limited access. However, it is essential to have qualified staff to exploit the machines potentials.”

Eurolev’s new spiderlifts, which have now joined a 2,000-unit-strong equipment, were part of an order that also included one Palazzani TSJ 25 hybrid crawler, which is currently in production. 

Laura Gasparini, export sales manager at Palazzani Industrie, said, “It is a pleasure to have come into contact with such an important reality in France,” said Laura Gasparini, export sales manager of Palazzani Industrie.

“The beginning of this new collaboration, which we hope will last a long time, has a double value for us, since it represents the acquisition of a new customer and the consolidation of an historical customer at the same time. We will work at best to provide quality products, support and services with the higher attention to their needs “.

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