Second Socage 75m of the summer

06 August 2018

Italy-based Socage has delivered its second 75m working height truck mount this summer, this time to Danese Autogru. It follows the first delivery to Vernazza in August.

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Danese is a longstanding crane and MEWP rental company that has been operating in the Mantuan region of Italy for 50 years.

The company decided to increase its fleet with Socage’s 75TJJ. It is mounted on a Scania 8x2 truck with a 5900 step. The unit is equipped with a convertible basket for high-altitude landing and a 1500kg capaciy winch. It aso include’s the manufacturer’s new Quick Set up that allows assembly and disassembly of the basket and swap out with the winch simply and quickly without the use of a bridge crane or a forklift truck. This feature will soon be available on all platforms that have the winch option.

 

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