New Dieci Importer Gears Up for Strong Presence in U.S.

New Dieci Importer Gears Up for Strong Presence in U.S.
New Dieci Importer Gears Up for Strong Presence in U.S.
New Dieci Importer Gears Up for Strong Presence in U.S.
New Dieci Importer Gears Up for Strong Presence in U.S.

Dieci United States LLC is the new exclusive importer and distributor of Dieci products for the United States and Puerto Rico.

Headquartered in Wyalusing, Pa., the new Dieci United States LLC was formed in February after the previous distributor was dissolved and one of the partners formed the new company.

All key people in the new organization have had years of experience in lifting equipment sales, rental, and support, according to Brian DePaul, vice president of sales and marketing.

The new Dieci United States LLC has already developed a nationwide network of 30 independent sales representatives backed by an after-sale support team in Wyalusing that handles all parts, tech support, and warranty processing. DePaul says that all warranty claims are handled promptly right in Wyalusing, and that the standard warranty covers both parts and labor.

The company has so far hired one regional sales representative to support the independent sales representatives and customers in the northeastern United States, and it plans to hire more regional sales reps for other parts of the country. People interested in becoming independent reps or regional managers can call the headquarters at 844-257-2933.

The company’s website,, will be up and running in about a month, according DePaul. Until then, interested potential customers can visit the Dieci factory’s website,, to view the range of equipment and specific model specifications.

DePaul says that Dieci United States handles the full range of Dieci construction and agricultural products.

New Telehandler Models Just for U.S. Market

In addition to offering Dieci’s 110, or so, normal products ranging from wheel loaders to rotating telehandlers, Dieci United States will be bringing in four telehandlers designed specifically for the U.S. market.

The four new telehandler models are the A 55.19 (5,500-lb. maximum capacity, 19-ft. maximum lifting height), the Z 7.42 (7,000 lbs., 42 ft.), the I 9.44 (9,000 lbs., 44 ft.), and the I 12.56 (12,000 lbs., 56 ft.).

Dieci will premiere the first one, named the I 12.56, at the Bauma trade show in Munich, Germany, from April 11-17. It will be in stand FS 1007.1.

Three of the four new U.S.-focused models are expected to be available in the third  or fourth quarter of this year. The fourth model will be released in early 2017. All four models will meet ANSI standards and be UL certified.

“The new models will offer capacities from 5,500 to 12,000 lbs. and maximum lifting heights from 19 to 56 ft.,” says DePaul. “But just as importantly, they will offer features that U.S. rental companies are looking for, like easy-to-clean open cabs, ROPS protection, and outstanding capacity.”

The rugged booms of Dieci telehandlers are designed to withstand ground-engaging applications as well as lifting work, making the machines exceedingly versatile, says DePaul.







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