Prangl orders 115 machines from Manitou

16 August 2011

Manitou delivers the first machines in a 115 machine order from Austrian rental company Prangl

Manitou delivers the first machines in a 115 machine order from Austrian rental company Prangl

Austrian access and crane rental specialist Prangl has ordered 115 machines from French telehandler and access platform manufacturer Manitou.

The order includes machines from across Manitou's range and Prangl says that the price performance ratio, the quality and the local service were key factors for placing the order with Manitou. Prangl also liked the user-friendly technology and the high safety standards.

Prangl puts emphasis on high safety standards, user-friendliness and economy. Managing director Christian Prangl said, "Manitou's machine concept was very convincing and together with the attachment selection the machines are perfectly cut-out for rental. They are sturdily built and easy to service, which is what we need. In addition the Manitou machines meet all international regulations and guidelines."

Prangl was established in 1965 in Austria and now has facilities in Germany, Romania, Hungary, Slovenia, Slokavia and Croatia.

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