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Manitou introduces new products at Bauma

Manitou Group presents new products at the international trade fair for construction and industry, Bauma.

Manitou Group, specialises in handling, aerial lift platforms and earthmoving, displayed numerous products at Bauma, the international trade fair for construction and industry in Munich, Germany. 

Among the innovations presented at Bauma, seven new Manitou electric models have been displayed:

  • four new aerial work platforms,
  • two new rotating telehandlers
  • and its first 100% electric compact telehandler.

Peter Wildemann, the managing director for Germany at French heavy equipment manufacturer Manitou said:

"Going "green" is the main focus of many manufacturers as much of the industry moves back towards pre-Covid production levels."

In addition, the company showed four new medium-height telehandlers, a new range of high-capacity telehandlers and a new range of articulated loaders. Improvements in terms of manoeuvrability, capacity, autonomy, and safety have been made on the new models.

Arnaud Boyer, VP of Marketing & Product Development for Manitou Group, adds:

“With all these new products, Manitou Group is the first manufacturer to have a range of 100% electric rough-terrain platforms. The acceleration of our electric development allows us to now offer low-emission solutions across our platform ranges, as well as on our telehandlers. We will continue to extend this energy to other ranges in accordance with the objectives of our CSR roadmap”.

“Our digital transformation is accelerating and should enable our customers to improve efficiency on their sites."

Manitou is also launching a new modelling tool for its products for the construction market. This modelling provides users with a totally immersive experience, helping the customers to make decisions and streamline costs.

Source: Manitou Group

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