Its rental fleet division counts 150 heavy lifters, including the manufacturer best-selling models, the MRT159 and the MRT84s, amongst others.  All deployed across different jobsites; Tecno Crane presents a variety of machines in its fleet with different key features and lifting capacities.

The appointment stems from a culmination of several factors, including the Group, formed by Tecno Crane – Tecno Nolo – Tecno Edicasa, sterling reputation for reliability, professionalism, and dedication. 

“Raimondi recognizes the pivotal role of a trusted dealership network; by leveraging Tecno Crane’s extensive experience and expertise in serving customers in the Veneto Region. We aim to enhance accessibility to our products and to better meet customer’s demand in the territory,” stated Luigi Maggioni, CEO, Raimondi Cranes. 

The dealership agreement was penned alongside the installation of the first Raimondi T187 flat-top tower crane in the country. Purchased by Tecno Crane, the new model boasts best-in class specifications in terms of lifting capacities, speed, and freestanding height. 

“We are proud to be the first rental fleet company in Italy to deploy the Raimondi T187. The crane is high performing and fitted with Raimondi’s ConCore control system. We considered a number of performance and operations specifications ahead of renting the machine to Coperativa La Torrazza, contractor of the project,” said Nicola Pizzeghello, MD, Tecno Crane. 

Installed in Q1, 2024, in Milan, Italy, the 10t flat-top is at work on the construction of Empedocle10, a nine-storey residential development featuring 52 units and green spaces. 

Onsite with a jib length of 65m and a freestanding height of 42m, the 10t crane boasts a tip load of 2.09t and can lift at a maximum speed of 115 meters in the 37kW winch version, with the drum capacity of 620m. 

“We value Raimondi, a European heritage company, for its high-performance product development, superior design engineering, and enhanced after sales support. Tecno Crane is planning to expand our fleet with new Raimondi models, particularly from the T Series range, as the modularity of parts and interchangeability of the jib elements are great assets from a commercial perspective,” added Pizzeghello. 

Equipped with Lumina crane cabin, the T187’s ConCore system enables improved diagnostics, remote access and control, simplified commissioning, and drivability. 

 "One of the most notable aspects of ConCore is the improved service as most of the crane’s maintenance and interventions can be performed remotely, reducing site downtime," said Pizzeghello.