Vertical Masted Forklift
The perfect machinery for the majority of material handling operation is the straight or vertical masted forklift. This machine is extremely maneuverable and stable. The business that first pioneered the masted forklift model was Manitou. Following many years of research and design, they have come up with a type of lift trucks which are the result of many years of job proven performance and reliability.
Manitou's M Series masted forklift was engineered to offer lifting capabilities in a rough terrain lift truck unit. These machinery provide great comfort for the operator along with easy machinery maintenance. The main priority issues to be considered during development were simplicity and comfort. The M Series is available in various configurations in order to provide the clients with the best machinery.
The smaller version Manitou Semi-Industrial range machines offer superior handling excellent maneuverability. This line provides overall compact style, remarkable traction and unparalled comfort. The easy maintenance is a different extra bonus. This range is the best alternative for applications that need more challenging situations than the standard industrial lift truck handles.
There is a series of semi rough terrain forklifts which are referred to as the MH series that are great for working in confined spaces of the yard. The units are offered in load capacities of 2500 kg and 2000 kg.
The compact MSI lift truck provides 2 to 3.5 tons of capacity. This unit is extremely easy to handle and extremely versatile. It works well in warehouse applications and in external storage sites.
Truck Mounted Forklift
With their newly designed Manitransit Series truck mounted forklifts, Manitou has helped to revolutionized on-site offloading. These specific machinery provide better movement and innovative, industry-exclusive telescopic booms. The overall costs associated with on-site handling. This particular model offers a long boom option which allows access to all loads from the same side of the trailer. Being able to load in this manner greatly lessens delivery time on crowded residential streets.