Pettibone to debut new telehandlers

By Lindsey Anderson16 November 2018

Pettibone will debut its new 12,000-pound-capacity telehandlers at World of Concrete, January 22-25, 2019, in Las Vegas. The new units expand upon the company’s X-Series line.

The introduction will include two Traverse telehandlers and two Extendo models. Each unit is powered by a 117-horsepower Cummins diesel engine and offers a maximum lift capacity of 12,000 pounds, along with increased reach capabilities to meet the demands of today’s construction and masonry jobsites.

“The Pettibone Traverse remains the only new telehandler on the market with an extendable, traversing boom that moves loads by traveling horizontally,” the company said. “Up to 70 inches of horizontal boom transfer allows contractors to land loads very near the specified lift height, and without having to coordinate multiple boom functions.”

The company will also show the units at The ARA Show in February.

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