From father to son. This is Fidenza Macchine, founded in 1975 by Bruno Copercini to buy and sell used earthmoving and road works machinery, concrete mixers, hoists, cranes, dump trucks and construction equipment. In 2000, his son Mauro Copercini took over the legacy and specialised the company in the rental of skid-steer loaders, mini-excavators and, of course, aerial platforms. A civil engineer, Mauro has the skills to choose the best machines and in 2008 he bought his first truck-mounted. In just a few years, the rental fleet expanded and diversified, the branches increased with the openings – in addition to the historic rental point in Fidenza – in San Secondo Parmense and Parma, while the company became a point of reference for many companies in the construction sector
The first meeting with Multitel Pagliero dates back to 2011; a relationship consolidated over time with the purchase of 16 units, for a rental fleet consisting of truck-mounted articulated platforms (MX210, MZ250, MX250 and MX290) and telescopic platforms (MT204 EX) with working heights from 20 to 30 metres. All machines are compact, agile, quick to position in tight spaces and easy to use; ideal for construction work, maintenance, installation and laying, renovation and cleaning, metal roofing, pruning and much more. Three articulated platforms will soon be delivered: two MXE200 and one MX196. With a maximum working height of 19.90 m, a maximum horizontal outreach of 9.00 m, an aluminium base frame and a micro-perforated floor, the MXE200 is one of the lightest platforms in its class. A feature, the latter, common to the MX196, which has a working height of 19.60 m, a horizontal outreach of 9.20 m and whose special “side mounted cage” provides better access on flat surfaces.