Eurolev acquires Atna

French access and telehandler rental company Eurolev Vertical Solution has acquired spider lift and spider crane rental company Atna for an undisclosed sum.

Established in 2009, Atna operates a fleet of 19 spider lifts and spider cranes from its location in Limoges-Fourches, on the south east side of Paris. Its spider lift fleet offers working heights from 13 to 42 metres, while its spider cranes offer capacities from one to four tonnes. Eurolev plans to begin offering spider cranes alongside its aerial work platform fleet of 950 boom, scissor, spider, trailer and truck lifts. It also runs 550 fixed and 360 degree telehandlers as well as industrial forklifts, which are available from its 16 locations across France
(L-R) Frédéric Besnier of Eurolev with Fabrice Graebling of Atna

Established in 1989, Eurolev was acquired by Ever Capital in 2008 (see: Eurolev acquired) before being sold to the Berto group in 2012. In 2016 the company acquired Altiloc and its three locations. The Atna purchase takes the company into cranes and strengthens its presence in the Île de France region.
Atna runs a fleet of spider lifts and spider cranes

The company operates from its base in Limoges-Fourches


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