Palazzani partners with Palfinger

By Euan Youdale09 September 2016

From left: Davide Palazzani, Palazzani Industrie; Thomas Perkmann, Palfinger EMEA; Paolo Balugani, P

From left: Davide Palazzani, Palazzani Industrie; Thomas Perkmann, Palfinger EMEA; Paolo Balugani, Palfinger Platforms Italy.

Palfinger Platforms Italy has entered an agreement with Palazzani Industries to produce a range of tracked platforms.

The partnership will provide products designed specifically for truck mount specialist Palfinger Platforms Italy through modification to existing products in the Palazzani range. It will cover the entire tracked platform range with working heights from 27m to the current 52m.

Palfinger AG’s managing director Paolo Balugani and Thomas Perkmann, managing director of Palfinger EMEA, signed the agreement on behalf of Palfinger Platforms Italy, while Palazzani Industrie was represented by Davide Palazzani, chairman of the company.

“Thanks to this synergy, Palfinger Platforms Italy will very soon be able to offer its customers one of the industry's most exciting product catalogues, including the newly released tracked aerial platforms with working heights spanning from 15m to 26m, started by the P 150 AJTK previewed at Bauma, and then working up to the 52m model guaranteed by this very agreement,” said a Palfinger spokesman.

The platforms will be known as the Tracked Class range and will be marketed and supported on all levels, through service and parts, by the worldwide Palfinger distributor network.

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