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  • DAVE160
  • yorkshire, United Kingdom
wots happening with fantuuzi are terex buying them or have they pulled out.
If they have who is going to want them
  • Posted 11 Jan 2009 12:23 AM
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I've heard terex is backing out and possibly terra looking at it but like you said who wants fantuzzi anyway?
  • Posted 13 Jan 2009 10:59 PM
  • kevin_k
  • dumfriesshire, United Kingdom
i thought fantuzzi was one of the better sideloaders ? not the prettiest thing to look at but a good piece of kit
  • Posted 14 Jan 2009 03:29 AM
  • danny_k
  • Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
They are Kev, **** all over a Boss anyday!!
  • Posted 14 Jan 2009 09:27 PM
for a real sideloader check out baumann or [url removed] of the frame or axle problems
  • Posted 14 Jan 2009 11:16 PM
  • kevin_k
  • dumfriesshire, United Kingdom
now this is when it gets confusing , is it a cavilion built baumann or a terra built baumann ,is it an irion or a baumann or is it a jumbo painted yellow. terra also built hubtex i,c sideloaders. very confusing. maybe it was a boss or a steinbock but now it,s a lancer or it could be a powershift jumbo. i,m lost
  • Posted 15 Jan 2009 04:20 AM
  • DAVE160
  • yorkshire, United Kingdom
I wonder if Kion might make a bid ,it would make sence as the don't have a good sideloader and the crane side would help them compete with kalmar and Konecranes
  • Posted 15 Jan 2009 06:25 AM
The deal with terra to build the jumbo for hubtex ended several years ago, all baumann ic units are now cavaion. The 3 wheel hubtex sideloader (model 3050/bullseye) is now completely hubtex built in our plant in taiwan or in NA location. I'll admit in the past it was confusing especially with [url removed] fantuzzi I'd say the terrex deal falling apart may be the end of the line.
  • Posted 16 Jan 2009 01:59 AM
  • danny_k
  • Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
In the UK, the Hubtex 3050 is also used and badged by Lancer/Jumbo/Terra. The factory in Taiwan where the 3050 is built is the Tailift factory isnt it?
  • Posted 16 Jan 2009 02:27 AM
  • kevin_k
  • dumfriesshire, United Kingdom
have a look at this website wwwdotsideloadersdotde/SHS-Site/EN/[url removed]

terra new website
  • Posted 16 Jan 2009 02:50 AM
Perhaps I stand corrected but will check into this website. We are the North American Distributor for Baumann and all of ours come out of italy Baumann [url removed] from terra that I know of.
  • Posted 17 Jan 2009 05:21 AM
yes former tailift factory, engineers sent from Hubtex fulda germany, design by Design Storage and Handling NA. I guess not much different than Caterpillar built by Mitsubishi with Nissan engines and so on.
  • Posted 17 Jan 2009 05:22 AM
  • danny_k
  • Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
It still is the Tailift factory, where the Narrow Aisle Flexi is also built.
  • Posted 17 Jan 2009 08:45 PM
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