June 2023 – Vol. 25, Issue 3
Telehandlers (PDF, 762.95 KB)
The past few years have seen all-electric telehandlers becoming a practical reality, while hydrogen power is also being tested. More recently Chinese manufacturers have begun to introduce telehandlers both in North America and Europe, in spite of having little to no domestic demand. We take a look at the what’s happening, while Nick Johnson checks out Faresin’s 17 metre full electric, Bobcat’s latest 12 model R-Series and JCB’s hydrogen powered telehandler.
June 2022 – Vol. 24, Issue 3
Telehandlers (PDF, 1018.61 KB)
The telehandler has established itself as a hugely popular and essential materials handling machine in many countries around the world, particularly in the construction and agricultural sectors. We take a look at the latest new model introductions and product developments from the compact to the all-electric.
June 2021 – Vol. 23, Issue 3
Telehandlers (PDF, 979.72 KB)
The ability to provide forward reach for forklift work put the telescopic handler on the map. With the market continuing to grow, with more choice and types than ever, Nick Johnson reports on the recent introduction of Stage V powered units, the larger and more innovative developments, and the arrival of all electric models.
September 2020 – Vol. 22, Issue 6
Telehandlers (PDF, 1.04 MB)
In what is our second telehandler feature this year, it is staggering to see how many new products and updates have occurred in what is generally considered a relatively mature market.
February 2020 – Vol. 22, Issue 1
Telehandlers (PDF, 11.1 MB)
We explore the history surrounding the ‘telescopic handler/variable reach forklift’ and check out some of the latest developments and products unveiled over the past year or so.