Liftech makes UK Palazzani debut
03 May 2022
Liftech Uk, Palazzani’s new distributor for the UK and Ireland, made its first appearance with the Italian manufacturer’s spider lift equipment at ScotPlant, the largest construction equipment trade event in Scotland
On Liftech’s stand at the Scottish exhibition were two Palazzani tracked spider Lifts, a TZX 225 and a XTJ 32.
Scotplant 2022 hosted hundreds of visitors and proved a welcome return to in-person events following the restrictions over the last two years, said Palazzani.
“It’s been fantastic to personally meet customers and competitors. Despite the fact we can establish relationships using a computer, having the chance to meet people at the fair is an opportunity to grow relationships and establish new ones, as well as to understand customer needs, the market trends more in detail and to spread the company values.
“The fact that visitors can see and try the displayed machines is also a key factor which confirms the importance of these events,” said Angela Piazzoli, marketing manager at Palazzani Industrie.
Scotland is an important part of the British market for Palazzani with applications included in tree pruning and landscaping, rental, maintenance and cleaning of facades and painting.
The Liftech UK stand was highlighting the lightness and compactness of the towable 25m spider model, and the compactness, strength and technology of the 32m machine.
The Ragno TZX 250 has an operating weight of only 2650kg, an aluminum boom with two articulated and telescopic sections that allows to operate up to 25m, without restrictions, with two people in the basket for a maximum of 250kg. The set-up is quick and easy, with automatic leveling.
The Ragno XTJ 32 is versatile, offering performance in across different environmental conditions. Equipped with a telescopic Strenx steel boom, plus a telescopic jib, 32m maximum working height and 330kg of capacity in the basket, the unit offer 360 degree continuous rotation and easy set up on steep slopes, with automatic leveling.
“We were glad to receive many interested visitors, and we can’t wait to see more Palazzani Spiders working in the green landscapes of Great Britain,” said Palazzani.