Palazzani signs up Hoogwerkers

11 September 2019

Palazzani Industrie has partnered with Thomas Hoogwerkers to distribute its tracked platforms in the Benelux region.

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Thomas Hoogwerkers and Palazzani

End users in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg will now benefit from the sales experience and after‐sale service of Hoogwerkers.

Forty-year-old family‐owned machinery manufacturer Thomas Hoogwerkers, started producing hydraulic cranes from the 1960s, mainly for agricultural use. Since the 1980s owner Thomas Kranen has been focused on the design and construction of boom lifts on tractors from 18m to 30m working height.

Recently, the company opened a rental business, Thomas Rental, and is starting to distribute products from other manufacturers, including Palazzani spider lifts.

“We know that in recent years Palazzani has invested heavily to improve the machines’ usability, for general use. The quality and above all the aerial working range of the models make the use of telescopic spider lifts very versatile,” said Thomas.

The collaboration was confirmed at the Matexpo Show, taking place from today in Kortrijk Xpo, Courtrai, Belgium. A Palazzani TSJ 25 is present at the manufacturer’s stand.

 

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