Combilift is a business which was first started by engineers Martin McVicar and Robert Moffett. They had more than 40 years of engineering experience between them when they initially established the company in 1998 within Monaghan, Ireland. In just over ten years, Combilift became a leader within the global long-load handling market, delivering equipment to over 50 markets all around the globe. Supported by a trusted international network of distributors that have assisted expand distribution into many markets all around the globe and utilizing their extensive experience and knowledge, McVicar and Moffett have made products that are in high demand and had sold 10,000 models by mid 2009.
Below is a summary of several of the Combilift units.
C-Series Combilifts are available in an assortment of mast options. Lift heights up to nine meters and lift capacities as much as 25,000 kilograms are available. Engines are available in LPG or gas, diesel, and electric or battery and the C-Series Combilifts can operate within guided aisles as narrow as 210 centimetres wide.
The Combilift Straddle Carriers could carry fully loaded containers that can weigh as much as 35 tons. These loads can be transported all over a facility or work site and the Combilift Straddle Carrier could carry fully loaded containers where required, whether it be from the ground to the trailer, from trailer to trailer or from the trailer to the ground. These equipment are a cost-effective, effective solution for many shipping, haulage, and distribution businesses, even those kinds with low throughput levels.
The SL-Series side-loaders are equipment capable of driving in four directions because of its multi-directional steering. This hydrostatic, all-wheel drive forklift could help companies in numerous ways, one of which is to allow facilities to have aisles which are narrower. It also allows the capability to bulk or block stack by driving forward. This extremely manoeuvrable type of truck is usually found to be a better option compared to numerous traditional sit-down sideloaders due to the many added features and capabilities.