All Materials Handling Articles

Merlo Steals The Access Show
Telehandler manufacturer, Merlo gets the access industry talking at Bauma with its 20 m, 25 m and 30 m articulated boom aerial platforms mounted on Roto–type telehandler carriers.
Barford expansion plans
Barford has added a second production line at its factory in Grantham
Iveco Trakker
Iveco has supplied a new Trakker to Windmill Demolition
Muck truck moves
Muck Truck products are proving popular
Load lugger
Bobcat has introduced the diesel powered 2200D utility vehicle
Handling waste the Deere way
Two new tracked waste handlers from Deere
Faresin reveals rotating models
Italian manufacturer Faresin Handlers has revealed the prototype for two rotating boom models, the Storm 18.45 and 15.45, and launched one compact telehandler, the Wallaby 6.25.
Platform Co says handlers “fit well”
UK access rental company The Platform Company is to accelerate its move into telehandlers by increasing its fleet from 154 to 250 JCB units by the end of the year.
Mini Bobcat handler a “three-in-one” machine
The latest French–manufactured telehandler from Ingersoll Rand's Bobcat business – is the small T2250 which combines the features of a telehandler with those of a skid–steer loader and articulated wheeled loader.
Liebherr adds handlers to its rental division
Liebherr will add around 20 of its new telehandlers to Liebherr Mietpartner locations in Germany this year as part of the launch of the product.
Small wonder: compact telehandlers
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.
Dieci opens in Germany
Italian telehandler manufacturer Dieci has established a German subsidiary, Dieci Deutschland, located in Geiren, north of Frankfurt.
Faresin launches rotating handlers
Italian manufacturer Faresin Handlers has revealed the prototype for two rotating boom models, the Storm 18.45 and 15.45. The machines, which weigh 14500 kg, have a maximum lift capacity of 4.5 t and can lift 3 t to their maximum lifting heights of 18 m and 15 m.
Buyers' privilege
Manitou has launched new 4 t telehandlers, and made them available in different versions for different buyers, including rental. Patrick Hill reports.
Skyjack adds handlers with Carelift deal
Skyjack has agreed to buy Canadian telehandler manufacturer Care Lift Equipment, based in Breslau, Ontario, for an undisclosed sum. Skyjack says the Carelift products complement its own scissor and boom lifts well, allowing it to offer a fuller range of machines to rental companies.
Case launches Euro handlers in N America
Case has launched three of its Italian-made telehandlers in North America. The three are 7000 lb (3,2 t), 8000 lb (3,6 t) and 9000 lb (4,0 t) models (TX742, TX842 and TX945) with 42 ft (12,8 m) and 45 ft (13,7 m) reaches.
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