Austrian aerial lift and telehandler rental company Maltech Arbeitsbühnen has taken delivery of 219 new aerial lifts and fork trucks. The new order includes the company’s 2,000th machine, handed over by JLG sales manager Marcus Zeleny.
Joint managing director Gregor Klopf said: “We are partly modernising our rental fleet with this latest investment package, but the majority of the equipment is actually part of our rental fleet expansion plan to meet increased demand. We area also continuing our steady growth and are proud to have broken new records this year taking the number of machines available from our fleet to more than 2,000.”
Fellow managing director Thomas Kumposcht added: “In recent years we have succeeded in convincing many customers that the work platform is an efficient and safe tool for working at height and the service provided by Maltech.”
Established in 1975, Maltech Arbeitsbühnen has five depots in Austria, three in Hungary and one in Slovakia. The company runs a fleet of boom lifts, scissor lifts, trailer lifts, truck mounted platforms, telehandlers and forklifts.