AlmaCrawler appoints Maltese distributor.
AlmaCrawler and Genovese Umberto SRL, a historic company from Syracuse, signed an agreement for Genovese Umberto to distribute AlmaCrawler platforms in Malta after purchasing several platforms for the Italian rental fleet.
Genovese Umberto has been operating nationally and internationally in the spare parts sector for commercial and industrial vehicles for over 60 years. Over time, the company has also become a leader in the rental of industrial platforms and work vehicles and in their marketing.
The business was started in Syracuse by Umberto Genovese in the 1950s, and from the outset became a point of reference for local workshops and businesses. Now in its second generation, the company has passed from Umberto’s hands to those of his son Maurizio, who, with his entry into management, has managed to place it among the best in the sector, through successful business strategies, but also thanks to expanding commercial policies.
AlmaCrawler equipment available from Umberto Genovese includes the ML 6.0 EVO Bi-Energy with T-Crane; the Jibbi 1670 LTH self-propelled tracked boom lift and the Bibi 1090 EVO Bi-Energy tracked scissor lift.
The ML 6.0 EVO Bi-Energy with T-Crane is a tracked transporter with a maximum load capacity of 6000kg, which can overcome slopes of up to 20deg while keeping its load perfectly horizontal and has a detachable 1000kg capacity crane;
The Jibbi 1670 LTH is a self-propelled tracked boom lift without stabilisers and self-levelling technology up to 22deg incline. With low ground pressure, a variable outreach of max 8.5m and 230kg load capacity, the Jibbi 1670 LTH with full-electric power allows fast and safe work in a variety of situations.
The Bibi 1090 EVO bi-Energy tracked scissor lift has basket extendable up to 2.94m with a maximum load capacity of 300kg, a maximum working height of 10m and the ability to rise to a 6.5m height, even on slopes.