Ahern Iberica delivers first Dinolift

By Euan Youdale28 January 2021

Ahern Iberica has delivered its first Dinolift model since being appointed its official distributor in August 2020.

The Dino 280RXT was delivered to Spanish rental company Maxim Doménech from Ahern Iberica’s stock in Madrid. The  lightweight 280RXT rough terrain articulated boom lift has a maximum working height of 28m, and a lifting capacity of up to 230kg, yet weighs just 4,860kg.

First Dino sale by Ahern Iberica Jesús Doménech, managing director (left) and Eduardo Ballester, COO (right) of Maxim Doménech, with Ahern Iberica’s Carlos Nieto, receiving the first Dino 280RXT in Spain

As the largest boom lift in Dinolift’s range, the 80RXT is equipped with four steering modes and an oscillating front axle, as well as featuring automatic levelling capabilities up to 8° for working on uneven or rough ground.

Maxim Doménech is a general rental company with a growing high reach equipment fleet. Headquartered in Alberic, Valencia, the company also has branches in Torrent, Alicante and Épila, near Zaragoza, providing coverage across southeastern Spain.

Jesús Domenech, managing director, explained why they chose to invest in the 80RXT, “We chose the 280RXT for its compact dimensions and extremely low weight, while still being packed with fantastic features as well as impressive working height and outreach capabilities.

“We are confident this will be a very popular unit with our customers, and will deliver a high utilization across a long working life.”

Enrique Garcia, managing director for Ahern Iberica, said, “The Dinolift models offer a real point of differentiation for our rental customers, and I am confident that this will be a great investment for many years to come. I would like to thank Jesús and the Maxim team for the trust they have placed in us.”

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