Palazzani Industrie has appointed Spimerica as its new Distributor for USA and they are ready to meet everyone at the ARA show in February in Orlando.


Spimerica is a Company based in Miami – Florida - and managed by industry professional Ben Taft, who has an extensive experience in the construction rental industry and in the manufacturing sector.

Spimerica offers accessibility options to facilitate safer work environments and improve efficiencies within workplace productivity by providing world class spider booms and cranes to the USA Rental Industry market” says Ben Taft. “Spimerica chose Palazzani as their premier manufacturer because of the rich history Palazzani offers. With over 80 years of manufacturing experience, expert engineering that creates the highest quality spider lifts in the world, a commitment to safety that is unmatched and the most diverse lineup in the industry our choice was easy!”. Ben Taft adds

Spimerica’s Core values are aligned with the core values Palazzani shares: Keep Everyone SAFE, Act with Integrity, Act in the best interest of the customer.

We are proud to be affiliated with a partner such as Palazzani and the solutions we create separate us from our competition allowing our customers to get more work done with the safest machines available” ends positively Ben Taft.

The first two units which are already available for Shows and demos in USA are TZX 550 (the US name for TZX 170), TZX 620 (TZX 190), that will be shortly followed by TSJ 82 (TSJ 25) and XTJ 105 (XTJ 32) all on crawler version and with different power options (Diesel+AC) and (AC+DC with gel battery pack).

Thanks to the possibility to cover a wide range of applications and to solve indoor/outdoor complex situations in narrow spaces, Spider Lift is becoming more and more popular in US market.

Palazzani Spider booms range is from 55ft to 170ft, providing the safest solution at heights that many applications require.

We look forward to seeing everyone at the ARA show in February in Orlando and showing you all a better way up!”