A strange-looking, trailblazing Pegasus

It is said that people who live in mountainous areas have a well-developed sense of ingenuity, due to the particular environmental conditions. This would seem to be true, judging by the diverse activities of eclectic company Dart Engineering, based in Queenstown in the south of New Zealand, where the Southern Alps reach an altitude of almost 4000 metres.

A construction telehandler for Korean skyscrapers

Confined spaces and great heights: our Pegasus telehandler is at its best on busy South Korean construction sites

How the Pegasus telehandler can replace a fixed crane

For the 2019 Championship, the building of the VIP grandstand was entrusted to the Nüssli Group, a company specialising in the construction of temporary structures for major international events. For the Lauberhornrennen, Nüssli successfully used our Pegasus 40.25 construction telehandler in place of a conventional crane, thereby improving its productivity in various ways.

An almost agricultural Pegasus

We often hear the Amazon Basin described as the "Green Lung of the World"; a vast biological sanctuary of almost 7 million square kilometres, necessary for maintaining the ecological balance of the entire planet.

The AGRI MAX: an all-in-one ground crew

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New Zealand is a strange and beautiful country. We have seen wonderful glimpses of it in numerous films, including The Lord of the Rings. A country only slightly smaller than Italy (and curiously with the same boot shape) but inhabited by just 4.5 million people, of whom 87% are concentrated in the cities.

A marine Agri Max!

Norway is synonymous with sailors: since the days of the Vikings, the Norwegians have always crossed the seas, and continue to do so in their free time! They undoubtedly benefit from over 21,000 kilometres of jagged coastline, interspersed with countless fjords and characteristic, small rocky islands called skerries.
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The Icarus telehandler taking care of aircraft at Wonderboom airport

That the name of Icarus is linked to the world of aviation is also proved by these images. At the Wonderboom airport, north of Pretoria (South Africa), an Icarus 40.17 is used in the delicate unloading and assembly maneuvers of aircraft sent for periodic maintenance.

Norsk Wavin buys DIECI equipment

It could almost be an expressionist landscape by Edvard Munch. This is the home of Norsk Wavin, the only Norwegian factory operated by Wavin, the world’s biggest manufacturer of plastic tubes for the civil engineering, manufacturing, construction, healthcare, water, gas, and telecommunications sectors. The group has fourteen subsidiaries in twenty-five European countries. Norsk Wavin mostly makes tubes for industrial electrical equipment, drainage and telecommunications, and exports them to Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.

THE HERCULES, AN IRON FIST IN A VELVET GLOVE…

The coast of Lower Saxony in northern Germany, where the River Elbe flows into the North Sea, is a forest of steel and aluminium providing one of the most valuable resources of our age: clean, renewable energy.

NEW WEIGHING SYSTEM FOR CONCRETE MIXER RANGE

Apart from telescopic elevators for the heavy manufacturing and construction sectors, Dieci is a leading manufacturer of self-loading concrete mixers, ranging from the most powerful model, the F7000, with a capacity of up to five cubic metres, to the midrange L4700 and L3500, and the N2400, the smallest in the range, specially designed for use in small spaces.