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First 14 Billenniums for Germany

The first 18 metre Almac Billennium 1890 EVO Quick-Pro self-propelled/spider lift tracked telescopic boom lifts have arrived in Germany.

The Alamac/Alma Crawler concept of a self-propelled telescopic boom lift with outriggers that can also drive at height - albeit restricted - was unveiled in April 2021 See: New spider booms from Almac, in the form of a 15 and 18 metre models with two versions of each, topped by the 1890 EVO Quick-Pro. The concept made its German debut at Innovationstagen in May, with the first 14 units - most of them the 1890 EVO Quick-Pro - having just arrived with local distributor Sahalift where they are now going through their Pre Delivery Inspections prior to shipment to waiting customers in Germany and Austria.
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The first 14 Almac Billenniums arrive in Germany

The maximum platform capacity is 250kg with a maximum outreach of up to 10.4 metres, while the unit has an overall weight of 2,900kg.
Sahalift managing director Yama Saha said: "We are very pleased to be able to offer our customers a product with the Billennium that more than meets the challenges on the market. Good cooperation with our suppliers is crucial to meet the challenges on the market as is a fair partnership with our customers.
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Franz Jennissen (L) and Yama Saha of Sahalift