AlmaCrawler confirms Nacelexpert

Italian tracked aerial lift and carrier manufacturer Almac / AlmaCrawler has confirmed the appointment of Nacelexpert as its exclusive aerial work platform distributor for France.

Nacelexpert founder and co-owner Frédéric Allier said: “We were looking for a new significant partnership with an innovative access manufacturer. This strategic agreement with AlmaCrawler will allow us to offer some dedicated access solutions for very difficult jobsites. We are very confident with the quality and people at AlmaCrawler."
(L-R) Jonathan Vioni of AlmaCrawler, Frederic Allier of Nacelexpert, with Andrea Artoni of Almac and Thierry Brun of Nacelexpert

Jonathan Vioni of AlmaCrawler added: "France represents a cornerstone for the future growth of AlmaCrawler. Nacelexpert is a highly respected player in the French market, this collaboration marks a crucial step forward for us and enables us to expand our presence within the French rental industry, while strengthening our ties with existing customers."

Nacelexpert was established by Allier in 2006, initially as a sales division of parts company IPS. It started its aerial lift sales activities with the Niftylift boom lift range and rebranded as Nacelexpert after selling the parts business to TVH at the end of 2014. Allier was joined shortly afterwards by co-owner Thierry Brun. In 2021 they added the LGMG boom and scissor lift range to the company’s line up and also distribute Ixolift push around ladder platforms.

The appointment follows a period of working together and getting to know each otherm before committing to a formal agreement.

AlmaCrawler or Almac to give its corporate name, produced its first self-levelling tracked scissor lift in in late 2013, launching its first commercial model – the Bibi 630-L with a six metre working height in early 2014. It celebrated its 10 anniversary last month and now operates through an international network of more than 40 dealers.