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Behold, “Trackzilla!” – Xtreme's New Monster Rough-Terrain Telehandler
The XR50100-G has a record-breaking 100-foot lift, 75-foot reach and a lift capacity of 50,000 pounds – and it's on tracks.
May 11, 2023
Snorkel Debuts New Scissor, Articulating Boom and Mast Lifts
The aerial work platforms, many of which feature battery or electric-drive options, made their debut at ConExpo 2023.
May 5, 2023
Zoomlion Unveils World’s Largest Tower Crane
The R2000-720 can lift 500 cars to 130 floors with its 720-ton capacity and 1,312-foot height, Zoomlion says.
May 4, 2023
Magni Intros 10K/12K TH Fixed Boom Telehandler at ConExpo
It's the only machine in its size class in the U.S. to feature a Load Moment Indicator and Load-Limiting Technology for safer lifts, Magni says.
April 28, 2023
Terex Splits Tower and Rough-Terrain Crane Businesses
Terex Tower Cranes and Terex Rough Terrain Cranes will operate as two separate entities with independent leaders and added manufacturing capacity.
April 27, 2023
Tadano Launches Two New Truck Cranes
The cranes offer a narrow 8.5-foot travel width, low axle weight and long boom designs with 120- and 80-ton lift capacities, making them ideal for taxi crane service.
April 21, 2023
Pettibone Re-Enters 15,000-Lb. Telehandler Class with Extendo 1544X
It can lift up to 44 feet high and has a forward reach of 29 feet.
April 14, 2023
Manitou, Gehl Launch New Telehandler Line for North America
The new range gets 50% more capacity, new cabs and reduced noise and maintenance costs, among other upgrades.
April 4, 2023
Manitou Gears Up for Electric Future, Increased Demand (Video)
Manitou Group Executive Vice President Laurent Bonnaure says he’s sure of two things: the transition to electrified equipment and strong global demand in 2023.
February 24, 2023
Link-Belt to Debut New 300 AT All-Terrain Crane at ConExpo
Designed to be easily transportable, the five-axle 300 AT all-terrain crane is HVO fuel ready and EPA On-Highway and CARB On-Road compliant.
January 30, 2023
Pick Your Power Source on New JLG Compact Crawler Boom Lifts
With the push of a button, switch from diesel power to lithium-ion battery power on JLG's X770AJ and X1000AJ compact crawler boom lifts.
January 18, 2023
Genie Rolls Out New High-Capacity GTH-1256 Telehandler
The GTH-1256 has a lift capacity of 12,000 pounds and a max height of 56 feet.
January 13, 2023
Manitou Reveals its First Hydrogen Telehandler Prototype
The hydrogen fuel-cell machine is slated to hit construction sites next year for field testing.
December 12, 2022
Oshkosh to Acquire Long-Time Supplier Hinowa
The Italian-based manufacturer has produced JLG compact crawler boom lifts since 2010, including electric, hybrid and diesel models.
November 24, 2022
Bobcat Reveals its New Smallest Telehandler, the TL519
At 6 feet wide, 7 feet tall and 13 feet long, it can fit tight spaces and run a variety of attachments beyond forks and buckets.
November 14, 2022
Sennebogen Unveils 55-Ton Battery-Powered Crawler Crane
The 653 E Electro Battery can operate using energy from the battery pack in the rear or work in cable mode while recharging.
November 9, 2022
Manitou Introduces New Telehandlers and Work Platforms at Bauma
Four new electric aerial work platforms, four new mid-height telehandlers, two electric rotating telehandlers and a fixed electric telehandler.
November 8, 2022
Sany and Danfoss Introduce Electric Telescopic Crawler Crane
The 80-ton crane is powered by a 282 Kwh liquid-cooled lithium iron phosphate battery for 8 hours of runtime.
November 7, 2022
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Video: Takeuchi's First Wheeled Excavator for the U.S., the TB395W
It boasts the same power as a tracked model but with higher travel speed on- and off-road – and it has a double boom.
Develon Rolls Out its Largest Excavator, the DX1000LC-7
“The Minidozer”: A Closer Look at Movex’s Tiny, Remote-Control Crawler
Deere Adds Three Models to P-Tier Compact Wheel Loader Line
Video: Hyundai's R18E Electric Mini Excavator Getting Ready for Market
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