Kramer adds to new range

24 April 2008

Kramer-Werke is now introducing a 9 m telehandler model to add to the 6 m and 7 m models already available, with 13 m and 17 m versions to be launched in December this year.

The final specification on the 9 m 4009 model is still to be finalised, with maximum carrying capacity likely to be approaching 4,0 t, which is higher than originally envisaged. Maximum lift height is 9 m.

Several of the 6 m and 7 m models were meanwhile shown at the Intermat and SED shows, comprising the 3006 and 3606 models (the first two digits giving maximum lifting capacity and the final two the maximum lift height) and the 4107 and 3207 (pictured). Most of the four wheel steer machines offer buyers two engine options.

Kramer Werke, which is the Neuson Kramer division that make wheeled loaders, telescopic loaders and telehandlers under the Kramer Allrad brand, said it expected telehandlers to represent 40% of its turnover within a few years. The company will build new production facilities for the handlers in the area around its headquarters in Uberlingen.

Kramer's dealers in Europe will sell the handlers to construction buyers, with Claas selling green and white coloured versions to the agricultural market.

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