All Telescopic Handlers Articles

JLG receives $85.7 million US Army order
JLG has tacked on another US Army order for 2010; this one valued at $85.7 million.
Small but powerful
The Panoramic P 25.6 telescopic handler is designed for work in very narrow spaces, it is 1.8 m wide and has a maximum load capacity of 2500 kg and a maximum lift height of 5.9 m - load capacity at maximum lift height is 1750 kg
Small but powerful
The Panoramic P 25.6 telescopic handler is designed for work in very narrow spaces, it is 1.8 m wide and has a maximum load capacity of 2500 kg and a maximum lift height of 5.9 m - load capacity at maximum lift height is 1750 kg
More capacity for Rotos
The new Roto 60.24 MCSS is the first in a new family of higher capacity machines. The 6 t load capacity machine operates in the popular 20-25 m lift height range, with a total lift height of over 24 m - 3.5t capacity at full height. The cab can be tilted by up to 18deg to offer a good loading view at maximum height.
Heavy and high
The Panoramic P 50.18 HM telehandler has a 5 t load capacity and a maximum 18 m lift height
ALH is looking for your telehandler figures
American Lift and Handlers has started compiling its annual listing of North America's telehandler rental fleets.
Bobcat's four new rotary telehandlers
Bobcat will be launching four rotary telehandlers at Bauma: the smallest, the TR35160, has a maximum lifting height of 15.7 m and features a two-section telescopic boom, while the TR45190, TR50210 and TR40250 models have three-section booms, with lifting heights of 18.7, 20.5 and 24.5 m, respectively.
Ausa adds another compact telehandler
Ausa will use Bauma to add another compact telehandler to its Tauralift range.
JLG receives $4 million US Navy order
JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corp. company, has received a $4 million order from the US Navy to build 26 Engine Installation and Removal Vehicles (EIRV).
Haulotte introduces two new telehandlers
The HTL 3614 Pro and HTL 3617 Pro have been developed by the Haulotte Group.
JLG receives $51 million US Army deal
JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corp. company, received two orders from the US Army for almost $51 million to produce 311 ATLAS II telehandlers.
UK warning on telehandlers after fatal accident
The UK government health and safety agency has warned that telehandlers should not be operated if the driver’s side window is missing or broken. The warning follows a fatal accident in February.
Meis develops working platform for Bobcat handlers
German used telehandler specialist Meis Baumaschinen has developed a personnel basket that allows Bobcat 14 m and 17 m telehandlers to be controlled from the cage.
JLG to discontinue rear-pivot steer telehandler line
JLG Industries will cease manufacturing its rear-pivot steer telehandler models in 2010. The handlers, previously sold under the Gradall brand, were added to JLG's range in 1999 when it acquired the Gradall business.
JCB packs in power with its new mini telehandler
JCB's new Loadall 515-40 Miniscopic telehandler is just 1.8 m high, but it is, said Rob White JCB's product marketing manager, "Power to weight the strongest telehandler JCB makes." The Minscopic weighs 3480 kg (7672 lb) and can lift 1.5 t at full height of over 4m (13 ft 3 in).
Skyjack signs new dealer agreement
Surfwood Supply now offers Skyjack VR telehandlers.
Merlo expands telehandler fleet
Canadian rental house, Manulift, has imported a new telehandler from Italian manufacturer Merlo.
JLG launches new telehandler
JLG has unveiled the G10-43A, a new 4545 kg (10000 lb) capacity telehandler model.
Aiming high: The European telehandler sector looks to the future
Undeterred by the downturn in the market, European telehandler manufacturers are focused on the future and are committed to developing safer, more productive and in some cases bigger machines.
Manulift snags exclusive telehandler agreement
Manulift, a Canadian importer of Merlo telehandlers, has inked an exclusive deal with Mazergroup to distribute Merlo products in Manitoba, Canada.
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