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Bobcat launches 11 new telehandlers in Middle East

Bobcat’s latest rigid-frame telehandlers will be available in versions for markets such as the Middle East and Africa, where emissions are not regulated

Bobcat’s latest-generation telehandlers are available in versions suitable for markets like the Middle East and Africa, where emissions are not regulated.
Bobcat’s latest-generation telehandlers are available in versions suitable for markets like the Middle East and Africa, where emissions are not regulated.

Bobcat has launched an 11-strong range of rigid-frame telehandlers, with capacities ranging from 2.6 tonnes to 4.1t and lift heights of 6m to 8m.

Sporting a new naming system, Bobcat’s latest-generation telehandlers are designated according to their respective capacities and lift heights.

The range includes the TL26.60 and TL30.60 compact telescopic loaders; the TL35.70, T35.105, T35.105L, and T36.120SL middle-lift telehandlers; the T35.130S and T35.140S rental industry-oriented telehandlers; and the T35.130SLP, T41.140SLP, and T40.180SLP high-lift telehandlers.

The models will be available in versions designed for markets such as the Middle East and Africa, where emissions are not regulated.

The units, which are powered by Perkins Stage IIIA/Tier 3 diesel engines, boast automatic parking brakes, rotating beacons, and backup alarms as standard.

Optional extras include air dual suspension seats and auto fan inversion, and cushion retract on the three TL models.

All 11 models will be manufactured at Bobcat’s plant in Pontchâteau, France.

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