MHT 10180 + 3 hooks crane @ work in Illinois, handling large & heavy pieces of concrete pre-built elements with precision.
You’re doing great guys !
Future Manitou Agriculture movie currently being shot…
It’s gonna be legen #WaitForIt, dary.
7th- 9th October 2014
The Elmore Fields Days is an Annual Event which is located in North Central Victoria, Australia. It takes place over three days and is a celebration of all things in agriculture. The first Elmore Field Day was held in October 1964 and 50 years on it is recognised as one of Australia’s premier agricultural Field Days.
This year Manitou Australia in association with our local dealer Midstate Machinery, Bendigo displayed a range of machinery, the MLT-X 627 Compact, MLT-X 735, MLT 840 137 PS and the 200 ATJ RC access platform.
Manitou also had some previous success with the Elmore Field Days committee purchasing a new MLT 840 137 PS prior to the field days commencement this year. After looking at other models the field day committee decided on the Manitou MLT 840 137 PS as it provided compliance to AS 1418.19, AS 2550.19 superior operator comfort and many other features and benefits over its competitors.
Big week-end ahead for Team Jeld-Wen and Manitou as the Official Lifting and Recovery Vehicle at the iconic V8 Supercar race Bathurst 1000 !
Team Jeld-Wen is getting ready (using the MH25-4T) so are the MLT840s used for the recovery of V8 supercars!
Cette année encore, l’équipe Manitou est présente sur le salon du Sommet de l’Elevage à Cournon d’Auvergne, près de Clermont Ferrand. Ce salon est ouvert du 1er au 3 Octobre 2014.
Dans une ambiance chaleureuse, retrouvez l’équipe Manitou accompagnée de ses concessionnaires locaux ABM, Actiman, Framateq, Manutention Service, Poutou Manutention et Socoma, sur le stand 234, allée F.
Terry Fahey, Manitou, Bryson Terlich, of HMFD, Ross Edwards, HMFD chairman and Robert Capello, Riverina Lift Trucks, celebrate the ruby anniversary. Behind is HMFD’s oldest working 2WD forklift in Australia.
Manitou Australia sales executive Terry Fahey and Riverina Lift Trucks Managing Director, Robert Cappello, cut a large cake on Wednesday September 24th to celebrate the company’s ruby anniversary in Australia.
The MH 25-4T was displayed at the field days alongside HMFD’s MB 20 C 2 WD forklift.
The MH 25-4T was purchased second hand in 1977 from a Sydney brickyard, and was immediately put to good use by the young Henty Machinery Field Days co-operative.
Bryson Terlich, the first person who drove the machine said:
"In previous years, we have hired a forklift from Allis Chalmers and before that we had used an old crane. I drove the Manitou until the co-operative starting hiring new telescopic handlers."
Terry Fahey indicated that the new MH25 was a market leading:
"The design of the machine has come a long way but still holds the main design feature, pioneered by Manitou founder Marcel Braud 68 years ago. The four wheel engine gives it an excellent driveability for materials handling on slopes and rough terrain.”