Where the grass is greener on every side

If you have ever travelled in the northeast of the United Kingdom, you may have seen huge expanses of well-tended grassland, like an English lawn but spanning numerous acres!

One telehandler and 200 hectares of intensive farmland: the plain of Coquimbo

In the plains of Chile, a telehandler is helping farmers to move numerous vegetable crops that need to be shipped and sorted as quickly as possible.
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How 2 Agri telehandlers handle 40,000 tonnes of fodder every month

In one of Poland’s largest livestock farms, two Dieci telehandlers work 20 hours a day moving hundreds of tonnes of cereals: agility and comfort are not an option!

Eima 2018: a dream edition.

Just days since it ended, Eima International 2018 is already being described as a dream edition. The event attracted over 300,000 visitors, mostly young people attracted by the cutting-edge technology of the agricultural machines on display, which cemented the exhibition’s reputation as a marker of progress and advancement...
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Telehandlers in extreme conditions: Rosebel mine

Pegasus telescopic handlers have been chosen to help maintain a Suriname gold mine, thanks above all to their robustness and versatility.

Paleisheuwel, factory of the sun

There is a big chunk of Italy in this corner of South Africa. In Paleisheuwel, in the arid region north of Cape Town that leads towards the Namibian desert, lies one of the largest solar power plants on the African continent: Paleisheuwel Solar Park, built by Enel Green Power-TerniEnergia.

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.

Never too high

Hessen is rightly considered the greenest region of Germany: as much as 42% of its territory, consisting mainly of hills and low mountain ranges, is covered by forests. The region is also home to numerous rivers (the Fulda, the Lahn, the Eder, the Weser, the Rhine and the Main) and many well-tended gardens that surround both historic buildings and private homes.

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.

INTERMAT 2018: Light and shadows under the Paris sky.

Like a photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson, this 2018 edition of Intermat, the Paris industrial and construction machinery fair, was dominated by sharp contrasts: although it was celebrated in the "official communiques" as yet another success, this opinion is challenged by the figures ....
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Barcelona, like a jewel in the sun

Mud, pouring rain, flashes of sunlight illuminating dirt and asphalt still bearing the marks of red hot tires, in the background, the headlights of a Zeus 40.7 cutting through the rain while maneuvering steadily around obstacles….
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What does a Dieci telescopic handler do at a port?

Crete, the cradle of the Minoan civilization, is the largest of the Greek islands, strategically placed almost in the center of the Mediterranean. Its strategic position was the cause of numerous invasions, which occurred over the centuries: first by the Ancient Greeks, and then Romans, Byzantines, Muslims, Venetians and Ottomans, until the final unification with the Greek state in 1913, and at battles of the Second World War.

The Brenner base tunnel

If you’d been passing through Verona on 23 March 1859, you might have noticed an unusual crowd of people outside Ponte Vescovo station.