Under its technical JV with Socage, the company is offering truck-mounted aerial platforms that give 12 to 75-meter elevation and outreach and have a hydraulic operating system. The compact and lightweight aerial platforms are ideal for working at urban sites where space is a constraint, while their flexibility enables ease of working. Applications include repair of power transmission lines, maintenance of buildings and structures, repair, and maintenance of wind turbines, among others.
Macons had introduced the first two 24 m DA324 (Double Articulated Aerial Platforms) in 2018. “Our JV with Socage has enabled us to introduce technologically superior and high-utility products for greater speed of work along with safety of man and material. By constantly inventing and reinventing innovative products, we are proactively engaged in infra construction projects,” says Surelia.
He informs that despite the havoc caused by the heavy downpour in Bengaluru during Excon, the company experienced an overwhelming response at their booth. “Excon was a resounding success. After a two-year hiatus, we were finally able to interact with our existing and potential customers and discuss breakthroughs in the concrete industry. The CE industry is upbeat given the infra developments announced by the government and Excon has given a big boost to the industry players.”