Home success for Haulotte Italia at GIS 2021

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The eighth edition of the Italian lift, handling and heavy transport show, GIS, took place in Piacenza from October 7th to 9th. During these 2 days, the Haulotte stand enjoyed a steady flow of visitors who showed a great interest in the Group’s machines and services.
 

 

 

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With over 300 sqm. of exhibit space and more than 10 machines on the stand, Haulotte Italia confirmed its leading position in the Italian aerial work platforms market.
 

Visitors to the booth praised the product range of the PULSEO generation. Designed to overcome any obstacle, PULSEO aerial work platforms offer excellent rough terrain capabilities. Their all-electric architecture ensures a silent and emission-free work.

«The demand for environmentally friendly MEWPs is very high. Our HA20 LE PRO articulating boom and HS18 E PRO and HS 15 E scissor lifts were the undisputed stars of the exhibition! They combine high productivity, eco-responsibility, optimal safety, smart energy management and easy maintenance! Being suitable for indoor and outdoor applications and used throughout a construction project is a real asset»

said Giovanni Zaccaria, service manager at Haulotte Italia.
 

The SIGMA16 PRO electric articulating boom attracted the full attention of the industry professionals with its large working envelope, optimal maneuverability in a range of working environments and horizontally rotating jib. Two RTJ booms were also on display (HA20 RTJ and HA26 RTJ PRO) as well as an Optimum 8 scissor lift, a Quick Up 9 push-around and two models of the Star range (vertical masts STAR 6 and STAR10).

 

«This event was the perfect occasion to engage a constructive dialogue and business transactions with ou customers and prospects. We received enthusiastic comments about MyHaulotte, our single interface that brings together all of our services»

adds Nicola Violini, General Manager of Haulotte Italia.
 

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