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Mitsubishi expands electric truck range

Thursday, 25 Oct 2018 ( #895 ) - Almere, Netherlands
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Mitsubishi has expanded its electric range with the EDiA EM
Building on the success of its popular 80 v EDiA EX, Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has announced the latest addition to its electric range: EDiA EM.  

The company claims the new range of 48 v 1.4 to 2 T electrics "offers a true alternative to traditional IC engine trucks".

Every model benefits from the Mitsubishi SDS (Sensitive Drive System). It automatically smooths start and stop movements, increases agility and adapts the truck’s performance to the speed of the driver’s foot movements.

In addition, EDiA EM includes Intelligent Curve Control (ICC) as standard. Sensing the angle of a turn, ICC responds automatically by seamlessly reducing speed very early in the manoeuvre – for maximum stability and accurate, positive cornering.  

While a low, counterweight design ensures good rear vision, forward views to the fork tips benefit from a number of simple, but often ingenious, changes including a fully adjustable operator compartment. Designers have improved visibility through triplex masts with a clever mast redesign.
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