KLUBB is innovating with a new articulated platform model, developed for the presentation of the new Renault pick-up: the KAT 42 on Alaskan, designed to operate in extreme environments in complete safety. KLUBB, creator of KLUBB aerial platforms, announces the presentation of a new articulated aerial platform mounted on Renault’s latest pick-up: the Alaskan. The KAT 42 platform will be exclusively unveiled at the international IAA trade show in Hanover in partnership with Renault. With a working height of 13.80m and an outreach of 6.40m, this articulated platform, combined with the Alaskan’s off-road skills, has been designed to operate in extreme environments which are difficult to access. The KAT 42 is perfectly suited to temperature extremes, its aluminium telescope ensures excellent stability and the conveyor chain and the extension cylinders are protected in the arm for improved durability. In addition, its entirely hydraulic operation means easy maintenance throughout the world. “We are very proud of this new, innovative product, developed in association with Renault. The KAT 42 combines safety, robustness and agility to meet the needs of professionals working at heights who are required to intervene in extreme locations throughout the world.” stresses Julien Bourrellis, President of KLUBB. Come and discover all the great features of the KAT 42 on the Alaskan pick-up at the IAA trade fair from 22 to 29 September in Hanover at the Renault stand n° 13 E50 (indoor area). About KLUBB (klubb.com) KLUBB designs and manufactures aerial lifts that are mounted on all types of vans. KLUBB is a subsidiary of GELEV Group, a multi-specialist bodywork company that offers transformations of commercial vehicles in areas dedicated to increasingly specific applications. With a turnover of more than €40 million and over 160 employees, the GELEV Group is a European market leader in the aerial platform sector.
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GMP TRUCK: A new distributor joins our network!
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