Scaligera starts with Palazzani

By Euan Youdale17 July 2015

Scaligera Service, based in North Italy

Scaligera Service, based in North Italy

Palazzani has delivered a 32 m working height Ragno XTJ 32/C bi‐energy tracked platform to Scaligera Service.

Operating in northern Italy, the crane and platform service company was founded in 1978 and bought its first platform in bought its first platform in 1997.

In 2002 the company moved to its headquarters in Verona and has branches in Trento, Mantova and Verona North, and now has a fleet of more than 120 AWPs up to 44 m for rental with and without operator.

“This is our first Ragno Palazzani unit as we have decided to now to only invest in high working height spiders on crawlers, “ said Mr Mauro Brunelli, Scaligera sales manager, “We’ve already worked with the Ragno XTJ 32/C, to our great satisfaction.”

According to the main applications for tracked platforms more than 20 m high are in telecommunications, tree cutting and refurbishing balconies.

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