Roggermaier receives 10 Multitels

By Euan Youdale18 June 2021

Germany-based rental company Roggermaier has taken delivery of 10 truck mounts from Multitel Pagliero.

Multitel

The delivery includes the MTE230 and the MTE270, mounted on 3.5 tonne Mercedes Sprinter chassis, which will be added to Roggermaier’s 2,000 strong fleet of aerial paltforms, telehandlers, mini-crawler cranes and forklifts. The two models are part of a new generation of Multitel products, designed with fast movement and optimal outreach in mind. 

The 23m working height MTE230 has a basket capacity of 300kg at up to 10.60m outreach and 100kg at 16m, while the  MTE270 offers 230kg at an outreach of 12.80m and 100kg at 17m.

Front and rear outriggers can be deployed in line, or extended to one side or on both sides of the vehicle to provide a generous outreach to the rear and side.

Both models are equipped with the manufacturer’s MUltitel Self Adapting outreach system (MUSA), which maximises the work area according to the load in the cage and the position of the outriggers. Additionally, the units are supplied with Multitel’s MTE remote communication system, with GPS localisation, machine status display, parameter status and remote diagnosis.

Roberto Marangoni, senior director for international sales at Multitel pagliero, said, “We are proud to continue the partnership with Roggermaier, providing quality product for their growing rental fleet. This strengthens the long-term partnership with Roggermaier and takes the two companies one step forward towards the future.”

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