03.10.2022

50 big scissors for Gräber

German crane and aerial lift rental company Gräber has taken delivery of 50 big Dingli/Magni electric scissor lifts as part of its 2022 fleet expansion programme.

The order includes the 66ft Magni ES2212E with an overall width of 1.25 metres, a working height of 22 metres and platform capacity of 750kg, along with some 99ft ES3214E with an overall width of 1.4 metres a working height of 32 metres and a 750kg platform capacity. Both models are slab electrics, but also feature four wheel drive, four wheel steering, non-marking tires and a platform extension with indoor and outdoor ratings.
The first 20 units have been delivered

The first 20 lifts have already been delivered while the other 30 units will arrive before the end of the year.
Alexander Gräber of Gräber Arbeitsbühnen said: “We received the first Magni machines two years ago and tested them extensively. We are convinced of the product and the concept. That is why the major expansion has now taken place. One of the decisive factors was the rapid availability of the machines.”
Alexander Reisch of Magni (L) with Alexander Gräber

Alexander Reisch of Magni Germany added: “We have just delivered the first package of 20 scissors to the Gräber Arbeitsbühnen company in Stuttgart, Konstanz, Singen and Weil am Rhein. It was particularly important to Alexander Gräber that we deliver all of the machines by the end of the year. Thanks to our forward looking planning and state of the art production, we can deliver work platforms and telescopic forklifts within a very short time. In our warehouse in Greven near Münster there are always more than 200 machines available for immediate delivery."

Gräber operates from eight locations in southern Germany offering a wide range of aerial work platforms, cranes, telehandlers and fork trucks. The aerial lift division - Gräber Arbeitsbühnen - was set up in Konstaz in 1996 by Alexander Gräber and has grown to include a wide range of products, including truck mounts, trailer lifts, self-propelled lifts and spider lifts.

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