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A telehandler, also known as a teleporter or telescopic handler, is multi-purpose equipment that helps lift big items off vehicles, clean up work sites, move products, and plough soil or sand. Attachments are commonly included in pallet forks, winches, muck grabs, and buckets.
It has a number of advantages, including versatility, appropriateness for both on- and off-road driving, a large cargo capacity, and a high loading height.
Telehandlers (also known as telescopic handlers or telescopic forklifts) are utilised in a variety of industries, including infrastructure, construction, mining, metals, minerals, logistics, ports, shipyards, and others.
It can be utilised securely in harsh terrains because of its four-wheel drive. One of the primary causes driving up demand for telehandlers to load and unload building material is increased construction activity in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.
The India Telehandler Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Haulotte has now launched the HTL 3207, the world’s most compact and flexible telescopic handler, which offers maximum productivity on restricted job sites, exceptional mobility, and substantial work autonomy while maintaining optimal safety and comfort.
The hydrostatic gearbox on the telehandlers provides ideal torque, power, speed, and driving comfort. The inching pedal allows for smooth driving, and manoeuvring is intuitive, secure, and accurate thanks to its proportionate motions.
The HTL 3207 has a maximum lift capability of 3.2 tonnes and can raise any sort of cargo up to 6.85 metres in height.
It can readily enter confined locations because of its short turning radius and length of 4.67 m and is especially suitable in the construction and industrial industries where performance and compactness are important.
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