Toniolo Busnello, which runs the largest fleet of JCB telehandlers in Brazil, has invested in additional machines so it can forge ahead with a contract to build a tunnel to house a new ring road.One of Brazil’s leading tunnelling companies, Toniolo Busnello already runs 17 JCB Loadalls and has just invested in four additional 535-125 models for the construction of the new highway around Brazil’s largest city, São Paulo. The new machines, which can lift 3.5 tonne to 12.5 m, are all fitted with man platforms so construction workers can position dynamite sticks in the rock which needs blasting for the creation of the tunnel. After the detonation, the Loadalls return and, from the man platforms, tunnel supports are fitted. Toniolo Busnello, which was founded in the same year as JCB, in 1945, first began investing in JCB Loadalls two years ago and is the largest JCB telehandler customer in Brazil. The company specializes in building tunnels for railways, highways, mines, and dams throughout Brazil and is one of the country’s fastest growing construction companies.