All gehl articles – Page 4

  • The 1640E has a rated lift capacity of 390 kg.
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    New skid steer loaders from Gehl

    2009-02-03T17:20:00Z

    Gehl Company has launched two skid loaders, the 1640E and the V270. The new machines lie at both ends of the US company's skid steer loader range and expand it to nine models.

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    Manitou to intensify 'rightsizing' measures

    2009-01-29T11:31:00Z

    Manitou said it will intensify its ‘rightsizing’ measures to reduce production capacity and cut costs in the face of the economic downturn which it forecast will result in a “significant” fall in sales for the first quarter of 2009.

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    IRN's Patrick Hill rounds-up the latest telehandlers

    2008-12-22T16:07:00Z

    Patrick Hill reports on the latest telehandler launches, including a '3-in-1' model from Bobcat, new compacts from Cat and Faresin, and product news from Genie, JLG, Dieci, Gehl and Merlo.

  • Manitou hopes to double Gehl's sales within three to five years.
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    Manitou's Bruno Fille spells out Gehl plans

    2008-12-18T14:55:00Z

    Manitou executive vice president Bruno Fille said the priority for its newly acquired Gehl business was to expand its sales internationally through the Manitou network. A second "key goal" is increased sales of Manitou telehandlers into the US agriculture sector through Gehl's distribution network.

  • All Gehl telehandlers and skid steer loaders will have Arnco’s new ecoflex tire flatproofing fill.
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    Gehl telehandlers to have eco friendly fill

    2008-10-27T21:19:00Z

    Gehl’s entire line of telehandlers and skid steer loaders will be equipped with Arnco’s new ecoflex tire flatproofing fill.

  • Manitou in friendly tender to buy outstanding Gehl shares
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    Manitou acquires 89% of common stock in Gehl

    2008-10-21T09:19:00Z

    Manitou has acquired nearly 9 million Gehl shares which together with its existing shares in the company gives Manitou 89% of the outstanding and fully diluted shares of common stock in Gehl.

  • Manitou in friendly tender to buy outstanding Gehl shares
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    Manitou buys Gehl

    2008-09-08T08:02:00Z

    French material handling and access equipment manufacturer, Manitou, has acquired Gehl for $331 million (€230 M), or $30 (€ 21.2) per share.

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    Housing hampers Gehl

    2008-07-28T13:40:00Z

    Gehl saw its sales for the first half of the year fall -33% compared to 2007 due to the sharp downturn in US residential construction. Operating profit for the compact equipment specialist was down -59% to US$ 10.1 million for the first half of the year.

  • Gehl's solid rubber tire option is now available for its DL series of telehandlers.
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    Gehl offers solid rubber tires

    2008-07-09T16:04:00Z

    The company’s new solid tire option is now available for its DL series of telehandlers and is soon to be available for the RS Series as well

  • The new T320 compact tracked loader launched by Bobcat is designed for increased productivity and gr
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    First in, last out: skid steer loaders for the demolition sector

    2008-06-11T14:24:00Z

    The skid steer loader is one of the tools of choice for demolition contractors – used during soft strip through to ground clearance at project end and therefore a common sight on demolition jobs. D Ri reports on the sector in general and a major move by JCB

  • Mustang's 519, released at this year's World of Concrete, is a 5,500 pound machine and has a maximum
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    Small wonder: compact telehandlers

    2008-03-19T11:15:00Z

    Easy to transport, cheaper to buy and highly maneuverable, the compact handler is one of the fastest growing sectors of the telehandler market. John Wyatt talks to manufacturers and rental yards about the strengths of the mini handlers.

  • Arxcis offers three types of training: on-site, prepared presentation kits that the customer can use
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    Training day: OSHA advocates formalized telescopic forklift training

    2008-03-12T11:17:00Z

    Does the telescopic forklift training need a formalized training course? The industry says “absolutely” and OSHA requires it. John Wyatt reports