AlmaCrawler teams up with MATELEV for the Material Handling Multi-Loader and T-Crane Line in France.
Established in 2016 by Frederic Leclerc, MATELEV quickly became one of the leading players in the business industries of cranes and mini-cranes with an extensive range of customers in different sectors and in the rental industry.
The company has a team in charge of sales and service for a simple and straightforward customer experience with strong product knowledge.
Commenting on the new partnership, Matelev, Managing Director Frederic Leclerc, said the following: « We are very pleased with this new partnership and we thank Almacrawler for the trust placed in us. With a growing market and increasing demand, this new partnership extends the range of equipment offered by Matelev and allows us to better respond to our customers’ problems of transporting heavy loads in industrial settings or off-road ground. Matelev markets and provides full after-sales service for the Multi-Loader and T-Crane throughout France. Furthermore, a new showroom is available in Saint-Fargeau-Ponthierry (77) where a technical team is ready to answer all the questions or service inquiries regarding the new Almac products ».
AlmaCrawler Dealer Network Manager, Jonathan Vioni, said: « We are extremely pleased to have established a new official partnership for our Multi-Loader and T-Crane line. The increasing demand for versatile products that are able to “fill the gap” while complementing existing offerings is pushing us to solve daily customer needs for various material handling activities. France has been a great market for our Multiloader products ever since we introduced them two and a half years ago. We felt it was time to establish a specialized partner and expand our network, foscing on bringing AlmaCrawler closer to our customers and their specialist daily needs. We are very excited to begin this new partnership with Matelev that will elevate sales and service support throughout the “Hexagon” ».
AlmaCrawler has been constantly growing since it rolled out its first self-levelling scissor lift in 2013, and with more than 40 dealers worldwide, it continues to expand its dealer network while increasing its product lines.