Since 1881, the French Haulotte has been a leading machine manufacturer and, for several years, also the largest European aerial platform manufacturer. In addition to their electric scissor lifts with powerful electric motors, Haulotte is a loyal partner within our range with various diesel folding arms and telescopes.
Genie was founded in 1966 and has been part of the Terex group since 2000. We have chosen this established value within the global aerial work platform market as a partner for our diesel scissor lifts, electric articulating lifts and diesel aerial work platforms of higher working height with extra capacity.
As a world leader in aerial work platforms, JLG Industries has been building innovative, powerful and versatile equipment to solve challenges in the construction industry since 1969. This brand further complements our range of telescopic and articulating lifts in order to be able to offer the right machine for every height.
Nagano Industries is a Japanese manufacturer with 25 years of experience in the production of robust crawler lifts.
This innovative brand produces for us a 15 m telescopic crawler as well as a 20 m articulating arm crawler.
Innovation, entrepreneurship and professionalism are the foundation of Hinowa’s business ethics. For more than 30 years, the head office in Nogara (Italy) has produced equipment for working at heights, including high-quality spider lifts for professional use in various sectors.
The Italian-German company Imer Iteco has been manufacturing devices with specific characteristics for more than 50 years. We have chosen to work with this group for a compact type of electric scissor lift with an exceptional working height of 16 m.
The Italian Pierino Bravi founded the then Braviisol in 1980 with the aim of producing aerial work platforms with specific characteristics. To respond to the trend to work safely at low heights, the Leonardo Bravi was included in our range. With its low weight and compactness, this specific device can be used perfectly in hard-to-reach places.
Initially, the Snorkel company was founded in 1959 as a supplier of fire ladders. Over the years, their range changed to the production of aerial work platforms, but their philosophy remained the same: easy to operate and reliable machines that meet the needs of the end customer. Our A38E is the ideal example of this with its impressive height-to-weight ratio.
World market leader in the production forklifts Toyota has been an established name in the industrial domain for more than 100 years. The combination of reliable and robust devices that are user-friendly and manoeuvrable is the reason why we chose Toyota as our partner for lift trucks.
JCB is the global leader in telehandler production. This British brand is the first choice in terms of performance, quality and productivity. The machines are designed to combine incredible maneuverability with a powerful and efficient diesel engine.
In 1980 the Magni family became the first producer of a telehandler in continental Europe, the Fargh 4000 FS. After the death of his father, Riccardo continued the development of the Fargh, which formed the basis for a joint venture with the Manitou group. A collaboration that lasted 27 years. During this long period he expanded the activities to an enormous size. In 2012, brimming with new ideas, he repeated what his father had shown him and created the MAGNI telehandlers with his own children Carlo, Eugenio, Charlotta and Chiara.