AlmaCrawler commits to the environment
Ethical business and sustainability are key differentiators today, and we work hard to offer our industry high-performance platforms with reduced environmental impact.
Operating with respect for human and environmental resources is one of the goals that sets us apart.
The production of electric platforms not only responds to market demands for indoor and outdoor use but also contributes to our mission of becoming more sustainable and reducing our negative impact. In this regard, we are proud to announce that we have taken another step forward, as the lithium batteries used in our platforms have become cobalt-free as of 1 January 2022!
In 2020, our cobalt-free battery partner, Aliant Battery, has embarked on a journey to offer the market a range of rechargeable lithium batteries based on lithium iron phosphate – LFP (LiFePO4) technology – that are completely cobalt-free.
This is a great achievement for our industry and we at AlmaCrawler are extremely excited for our supplier’s chosen path because cobalt-free batteries allow a significantly smaller environmental impact due to a reduction in mining activities, better end-of-life management of the batteries due to the ease of recycling the cells, and a reduction in the exploitation of the workforce, the vast majority of which takes place in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In fact, the main source of cobalt is the Democratic Republic of Congo, where there are unsafe and unethical mining practices, with thousands of workers, sometimes underage, working in harsh and dangerous conditions, constantly facing the possibility of death and serious injuries.
Andrea Artoni, General Manager, said: “We are pleased to be able to partner with forward-thinking partners. We carefully choose our supply chain by measuring our goals and expectations against those of our future partners. Aliant Battery has once again proven to the market they have a clear intention to invest in sustainability and innovation. We offer the market platforms with smarter, cleaner batteries in line with our ethical standards because of our commitments and we intend to study more and more sustainable solutions with our partners in the future”.
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AlmaCrawler team gets four new members in R&D and Operations!
AlmaCrawler grows its team with four new key members. Davide Manzotti, Cristian Curti, Andrea Franzini and Marco Sanfelici join R&D and Operations!
Andrea Franzini joins the R&D Department after with a twenty-plus-years experience as a design engineer in the truck-mounted platforms and railway maintenance vehicles sector.
Cristian Curti previously worked in the automotive industry, contributing to the implementation of an intranet portal for document management, and was later part of the operations team of an Italian telehandler manufacturer, gaining valuable experience in managing plant and warehouse logistics and optimising production processes.
Davide Manzotti brings a welath of experience from working in the AWP sector in globally recognized Italian manufacturing companies. Thanks to the know-how acquired during his eight years of experience both as Quality Engineer and Production Manager, he joins the team in charge of the production process at AlmaCrawler.
Marco Sanfelici has joined the Software Development Team as a firmware developer for embedded systems, dealing with both platform firmware programming and the self-designed telematics software MyAlmac online portal.
“Our team is growing exponentially as it has been doing for the last 9 years. We have been tremendously lucky to attract talented highly qualified professionals that have enrinched our day to day activities! I am extremely satisfied with the work we are doing, and I am sure that the arrival of Davide, Cristian, Andrea and Marco will bring considerable value.” said Andrea Artoni, General Manager of AlmaCrawler.
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Going to Vertikal Days 2022
First time going to Vertikal Days with UK-based partners: CPL and GGR Group!
As everyone in the industry knows, Vertikal Days has become one of the most important trade fairs globally, entirely dedicated to the access, crane, telehandler and lifting platform industry, and a great opportunity to connect with old and new customers and partners. You can find us there with two of our partners: CPL – UK distributor for the BIBI, JIBBI and BILLENNIUM product lines – and GGR GROUP – our British market distributor for the MULTI-LOADER line!
Still thinking about what to invest in next? Looking for ready to deliver items on stock in the UK? Then you should definitely come to the Vertikal Days to meet us on STAND 503 and get answers to all your questions, plus you can see in person our products, across all product lines!
What can you see at the show?
- the BIBI 870 and 1090, tracked scissor lifts with a working height of 8m and 10m respectively, equipped with our unique patented automatic self-levelling system. Travel height? Up to 6.5m, even on 20° slopes!
- the JIBBI 1250, U-1570 and 1670, self-propelled tracked telescopic boom lifts, 12m to 16m working height, self-propelled up to 9m. Equipped with our patented automatic self-levelling technology, the Jibbi line can easily work on slopes of up to 15°.
- the ML 3.0 FX and ML 6.0 with Crane, our disruptor tracked transporters designed to meet two different needs.The ML 3.0 FX has a maximum capacity of 3000kg, is super compact, fully electric and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. While the ML 6.0 has a capacity of up to 6000kg, equipped with a dismountable Crane (max capacity 1000kg). What else? Our automatic self-levelling system, identical to the BIBI!
- And finally, our BILLENNIUM B1890 EVO QUICK-PRO, the only spiderboom tracked platform that safely measures stabilized area in real-time thanks to sensors on each stabilizer, can work without stabilisers even on slopes of up to 10°, and allows for a variable max outreach of 10.9m.
Remember we are on stand 503! See you there!
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