Magni launches telehandler range

26 March 2013

One of the new Magni RTH models.

One of the new Magni RTH models.

Of prime interest will be the first Bauma appearance of Magni Material Handlers, the new Italian telehandler manufacturer.

Founded by Ricardo Magni, a long-time president of Manitou’s Italian telehandler joint venture, the company show a selection of machines from its two ranges, which comprise rotating RTH models in the 18 to 30 m sizes and HTH heavy duty, fixed boom models with lifting capacities of 15, 25 and 30 t.

The RTH range includes and a patented outrigger design, incorporating a combined telescoping and pivoting system, that provides a wide wheel base and allows for an extended distance between axles that provides enough space for Stage IV Final engines.

Both the RTH and HTH models will come with a Magni-designed, pressurised cab, including a touch screen dashboard and air conditioning as standard. An RFID tagging system at the end of the boom will automatically recognize Magni attachments and automatically adjust the working ranges of the machine.

The company – which has just announced a deal to use JCB engines - is now appointing dealers in Europe, including M3 in France, Colle in the Netherlands and Konekesco in Finland.

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