Genie Z-45 FE hybrid articulated boom lifts

Genie Z-45 FE hybrid articulated boom lifts

Genie Z-45 FE booms help METALOC strengthen its fleet to respond to growing demand for green platforms.

A regular customer of Genie® Authorised Distributor SNM LIFT, rental company METALOC, based in St-Ouen-l’Aumône (Paris region), has nationwide coverage close to the largest cities in the Paris region and the west coast of France. An increasing demand for environment-friendly platforms and a pragmatic vision of the market led METALOC — currently the only rental company in France with a 100% hybrid and electric fleet — to take delivery of 12 Genie Z-45 FE hybrid articulated boom lifts.

EMBRACING ELECTRIFICATION

METALOC aims to strengthen its presence in the Île-de-France region (the region surrounding Paris) by offering an electric or hybrid machine for all of its customers’ requests, particularly for the ongoing Greater Paris Project or the upcoming 2024 Olympic Games.

This commitment aligns with trends that METALOC is seeing in its market. In the face of the ecological crisis, its customer base of more than 2,500 companies is showing increasing demand for green machines —a stable and promising market, according to the company. To date, METALOC has 111 Genie electric or hybrid machines.

Genie Z-45 FE Hybrid Booms Offer Benefits for Rental Customers

METALOC’s decision to add Genie FE booms comes with the benefits Genie FE hybrid booms offer its customers, including:

• Greater operator comfort and less impact on the environment. More than 80% of the time, METALOC’s customers operate in electric mode.

• The ability to work a full day without recharging for complete on-site autonomy.

• A “no compromises” hybrid solution that allows indoor and outdoor work to be carried out on the same site, reducing transport costs and carbon footprint without sacrificing performance.

• Ease of use with automatic battery-charging management.

• Off-road performance superior to that of a combustion model thanks to 4 sealed AC drive motors.

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