Specialist material handling company Fuchs will showcase three of its new innovations, including the launch of its new MHL375F HD material handler at bauma 2019.
The MHL375F HD is suitable for scrap handling and port applications and features telematics and the option to use a diesel or electric motor. It has a modular system, which allows customers to customise the machine to their requirements, with options such as dual or single tyres, loading systems with a reach of 18 or 20 metres and various cab systems.
Additionally, the company will display the MHL320 with compact features to suit recycling applications in restricted spaces and a redesigned boom box. With the kinematics of the dipperstick, it enables a lorry to be loaded in halls with low ceiling heights. It has all wheel steering to provide a tight turning circle and automatic reverse that can automatically detect the undercarriage’s direction of movement.
The third Fuchs machine which will be on display is the RHL350F, which is based on the MHL350F, but uses a crawler undercarriage instead of a mobile undercarriage to suit applications on soft, unsurfaced ground.
It has caterpillar tracks that are restricted for ease of transport and comes with the option of a hydraulically adjustable undercarriage to reduce set up time.
Fuchs General Manager Dominik Vierkotten said the company’s product range is constantly evolving to meet market and customer needs.
“bauma 2019 is a fantastic platform for us to showcase our latest innovations and our team of experts is looking forward to connecting with existing and potential customers at the show and discuss how we can best meet their material handling needs,” Vierkotten said.