CTE signs new zero emissions vehicle deal

By Dan Colombini01 November 2021

Italian company CTE has signed a new agreement with Green-G-Electric Vehicles to provide equipment for the preparation of a truck-mounted aerial platform.

The partnership between the two firms will see exclusive supply of the ecarry truck

The agreement includes exclusive supply by the company from Villesse in Gorizia of the electric commercial vehicle ecarry, for the preparation of a truck-mounted aerial platform that will be presented during up-coming events in which CTE will take part.

Antonio Chiello, managing director of Green-G-Electric Vehicles said: “Being 1598mm wide, 5200mm long and 1965mm high, and with a total ground mass of 35 quintals, the ecarry is the most advanced vehicle of its category, with performances clearly above the standards. It is a light truck tailor-made for service companies, public bodies and carriers.”

Ecarry specifications
“The ecarry is a vehicle developed with a 4.0 perspective and designed with the well-being of the operators in mind. In fact its driving position, thanks to the advanced cabin positioned just 38cm from the ground, is designed to ensure maximum comfort. This translates into the minimum risk of accidents and occupational diseases, protecting the operator’s ankles, knees and back.”

The project is the continuation of a path that began in 2007 with the first truck-mounted platform ZED 14 E, which was designed to meet the needs of those who had to operate in environments that require zero emissions. This was followed with the introduction of the B-LIFT 17 E platform, which was awarded at the Saie Innovation and IAPA Awards in 2017.

The partnership was announced during ECOMONDO, the exhibition dedicated to the circular economy that takes place in the Rimini exhibition centre.

Sales director at CTE Marco Govoni said: “This agreement is the natural consequence of our green vision of the future. We chose “ecarry” and Green-G - Electric Vehicles because it is a vehicle totally developed and produced in Italy and we believe in the value of Italian excellence.

It will not be a single model, but a specific range dedicated to all users who require zero-emission equipment “

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