Warren receives CTE first

12 September 2019

Warren CTE 2

Graeme Warren and Craig Rooke, Warren Access, Huntingdon Depot.

UK-based Warren Access have taken delivery of a CTE Zed21.3JHl, the first of its kind on an Iveco Daily chassis. 

It was delivered on Thursday 5 September, followed swiftly by customer demonstrations on the Friday and was out on hire the following week. Craig Rooke, CTE UK manager, said “This is the first platform Warren Access has purchased and we are very excited to sell them the very first of this new model type in to the UK market.

Warren CTE

The platform boasts 10m of unrestricted outreach with 300kg basket capacity. The simplicity of operation, together with a large basket capacity and unrestricted outreach make the new model an ideal choice for the self-drive market, said the company. 

The order was confirmed earlier this year at Vertikal Days 2019 on the CTE stand.

Graeme Warren said: “We have always wanted CTE’s in our fleet, so we are delighted that this has finally happened and that we are the first company in the UK to receive this particular specification on an Iveco.

The CTE Zed21.3JHL’s first hire was with BML Group for access to its building to carry out roof repairs, helped by the machine’s cage rotation.


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