In a nod to the fast-growing rotating telehandler market in North America, JLG and Dieci have announced a new partnership that will see JLG-branded rotating telehandlers made by Dieci enter the North American market. Continue reading “JLG to offer rotating telehandlers for North America”
Manitou today has unveiled the all-new 22 metre/6,000kg MRT 2260E battery-powered 360 degrees telehandler at the Matexpo in Kortrijk Belgium. Continue reading “Manitou showed all electric MRT at Matexpo”
Access International enthuses about the key telehandler markets of North America and Europe, where the focus has been on the rapid introduction of new products and technologies.
Variations in standards for telehandlers in North America and Europe, along with their distinct design differences, create challenges for
Manitou Group’s president and CEO Michel Denis discuss low-carbon and sustainability initiatives with Access International’s Euan Youdale
The Manitou Group officially presented its corporate social responsibility (CSR) vision through its first virtual On the Way Up! presentation in June 2021, which is set to become an annual event. The French aerial lift and Continue reading “Interview: Manitou Group committed to carbon reduction”
Manitou Group, a global supplier of material handling equipment, access platforms and earth-moving machinery, announced that it will cease operations at its Waco, Texas, manufacturing facility at the end of March 2021. The move is intended to further optimize Manitou’s production capacities within the Continue reading “Manitou to close plant in Texas, US”
Across North America, compact telehandlers are changing the way jobsites function and how agriculture processes work.
The little movers and placers are some of the most versatile machines on the market, so they are used in a wide variety of applications. According to Josh Taylor, Genie product manager, Terex AWP, the machines have their roots in the Continue reading “Small stature, big appeal”
Despite the many benefits rotating telehandlers offer end-users, the acceptance of the machines on job sites and in fleets has been somewhat sluggish.
“The market has been slow in adapting to the rotating telehandler market Continue reading “Rotating Telehandlers: Spin cycle”