Vladimir Kun, CEO of Hungarian Hydrotest visiting the Multitel Pagliero stand at Bauma, is the picture of energy and positivity. The double handshake with Mirko Rebuzzi (Distribution manager) and Roberto Marangoni (Global marketing and international sales director) sealed an agreement for the sale of truck-mounted platforms in the Magyar country. In particular towards those end customers who are not served directly by Manta management. An important agreement, given the space and credibility Hydrotest has been able to build in less than 15 years.
Founded in Budapest in 2007 with a purely family-run structure, it has grown from the simple business of testing lifting equipment to the distribution of forestry cranes and waste collection machines. To this day, the company is a popular machine supplier for road maintenance and multi utility companies. This is thanks to a specialised carpentry workshop, which not only works on the bodywork but also adapts the machines to the customers’ work requirements. Currently, Hydrotest’s structure consists of 15 mechanics and 5 mobile workshops for on-site interventions.
The agreement with Multitel Pagliero includes the purchase of a series of truck-mounted platforms with a working height of 18 to 25 metres.
Photo: from the left Mirko Rebuzzi (Distribution manager Multitel Pagliero), Vladimir Kun (CEO Hydrotest), Roberto Marangoni (Global marketing and international sales director Multitel Pagliero)