Boom launches by Dingli

By Euan Youdale25 October 2016

Dingli’s stand at Bauma China 2014

Dingli’s stand at Bauma China 2014

Dingli will launch new boomed access platform at Bauma China. The new machines are from the company’s partnership with Italian telehandler specialist, Magni.

Among the total of 16 new products on display will be eight new boom lifts designed and built at the new Dingli Europe R&D Centre in Italy. The new machines follow from Dingli’s acquisition of 20% of Magni earlier this year.

All eight models have been designed under Dingli’s ‘Revolutionary Concept’ and comprise a single series, using mainly common components. It includes four telescopic booms and four articulating booms with 16m, 20m, 24m and 28m working heights. All models have four-wheel drive and steering and are built to the latest European & ANSI standards.

In addition, Dingli will launch new diesel and electric drive booms and rough terrain scissor lifts at the show. Also, as the main Chinese dealer for Magni, Dingli will also exhibit Magni telehandlers including 35 tonne lift capacity and 35m lift height models.

“As the leading construction machinery exhibition, Bauma China is the best platform for manufacturers to introduce high-level technology.” said Dingli chairman, Mr Xu.

Dingli stand: H.11 (outdoor).

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