MANULIFT reveals new TurboFarmer 65.9 for industrial and agricultural markets
by CM Staff
MANULIFT has also declared plans to expand into new niche markets with the TurboFarmer 65.9, where companies must manage large volumes of work.
MONTREAL — MANULIFT has introduced to the Canadian agricultural and construction sphere the TurboFarmer 65.9 from Merlo.
“The TF 65.9 is truly a unique model, designed to handle the most difficult jobs. Its load capacity of 6,500 kg, in addition to its great maneuverability in tight spaces, makes it one of the most compact and efficient machines for repetitive and robust tasks,” said MANULIFT president and CEO, Martin Drolet in a statement.
“Telescopic handlers can compensate and make up for certain productivity deficits. Considering the lack of manpower availability that we are experiencing these days, it is no surprise that companies are using them more and more. ”
TurboFarmer 65.9 is designed to handle and move very heavy loads. As the company explained in its announcement, Michael Waldner of Truss Community in Manitoba came to own the very first TF65.9 unit long before its official arrival in Canada.
Waldner’s company manufactures and stores prefabricated roof structures. According to MANULIFT, Waldner said the TurboFarmer 65.9 would meet the growing needs of his business.
MANULIFT’s latest machinery was designed for repetitive movements and to ensure fast movements in a matter of seconds for vertical, up or down, horizontal, and right to left and left to right.
The company has also incorporated its hydraulic clamping system called Tac-Lock to help improve efficiency and comfort for the user.
MANULIFT has also declared plans to expand into new niche markets with the TurboFarmer 65.9, where companies must manage large volumes of work, in terms of quantity as well as weight. In addition to the heavy agricultural sector, outdoor yards, recycling, aggregate, energy, lumber, they’ve identified the entire industrial sector as the main target customers.