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Manitou releases new telescopic loader in Australia


Thursday, 19 Feb 2015 ( #706 ) - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Local News Story
The new heavy-duty telescopic handler from Manitou Australia.
Manitou has released a new heavy-duty telescopic handler aimed at the Australian farming sector.

Combining loading power with high lift height, the MLT-X 960 telescopic loader specialises in materials handling tasks found within the agricultural sector, for example, cereals, hay and cotton bale handling.

Spokesperson Jean-Philippe Gilbert tells Forkliftaction.com News the machine will be delivered to a number of grain and hay handling companies next month.

It also has applications in the mining, oil and biogas sectors, as the machine can travel quickly from one site to another at around 40 km/h.
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