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Thursday, 6 Sep 2007 ( #326 )
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The Mariner 2500
Boat handling lifts European market
STURGEON BAY, WI, United States

Marine Travelift has introduced the Mariner 2500 to the European market.

The boat-handling forklift, first showcased at the Miami boat show, will lift 11,340kg (25,000lbs) at a 2.44-metre (8-foot) load centre. Its load capacity is 2,273kg (5,011lbs) greater than the previous model.

The forklift can suspend vessels from its two forks with straps slung under the hulls or support boats on their forks with rubber sheaths to prevent hull damage. Its 6.1-metre forks have maximum and minimum fork spreads of 3.8 metres (12.5 feet) and 1.4 metres (4.6 feet), respectively.

Noax’s mobile safety module
SARASOTA, FL, United States

Noax Technologies has introduced a German-made mobile safety module in North and South America, Europe and Russia.

The mobile safety module combined with a forklift computer assists in accident prevention and allows personalised forklift access.

Noax has over 20 years’ experience in the niche market of rugged touch-panel industrial computers.
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