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Skyjack showcases new telehandler range at Word of Concrete

Skyjack showcases new telehandler range at Word of Concrete

Linamar Corporation’s (TSX-LNR) Skyjack division embarked on its first public showing of its new TH-series telehandlers in February at World of Concrete (booth C7261), an annual show dedicated to commercial concrete and masonry construction industries, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“We are excited to launch the new TH-range of telehandlers at World of Concrete, especially since they have been developed as a competitively priced range with strong performance and many unique features – making them ideal for applications in the concrete and masonry construction industries,” said Malcolm Early, vice president of marketing, Skyjack.

The four new models in the new range include:

With the new TH-series, Skyjack is offering Tier IV Final telehandlers without the cost and complexity increase that normally accompanies a tier engine change. Skyjack took the opportunity to completely re-assess telehandler designs while implementing the Tier IV Final engines. Compared with older models, the TH range offers simpler rear axle stabilization, hydraulics systems, outriggers, controls, engine servicing, electronics and option packages – staying true to Skyjack’s Simply Reliable philosophy.

“The new range offers leading return on investment while staying true to Skyjack’s simply reliable philosophy – providing machines that are easy to service and maintain,” Early said.

Product showcase

At World of Concrete, Skyjack exhibited products designed to appeal to both new and existing Skyjack customers.

The company exhibited:

Telehandler – SJ843 TH, SJ1056 TH and ZB2044
Rough terrain scissor lift – SJ 6832 RT
Articulating boom lift – SJ63 AJ
DC Scissor SJ 3219

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