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The easy way to choose the telehandler that's best for your project

Posted by Gerry Clare on Aug 13, 2018 4:49:56 PM

 

It's easy for things to get messy around a construction site, but in this industry, reputations are made (or broken) on a business' ability to meet deadlines.

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Topics: Construction Machinery

How telehandlers can make your construction site safer

Posted by Gerry Clare on Aug 13, 2018 3:46:14 PM

 

Have you heard about the Swiss cheese model? It’s used in many safety-critical industries, including aviation and engineering, to illustrate the need for accident prevention to have more than one layer.

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Topics: Construction Machinery

Why telehandlers are so good for construction

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jul 31, 2018 8:44:39 AM

 

Modern construction projects are increasingly complex. Budgets are tight and so are the timeframes. The only way for a builder or project manager to stay on top of the challenges is to have the right people on the right tools.

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Topics: Construction Machinery

Versatile telehandlers resolve many construction challenges

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jul 31, 2018 8:44:23 AM

 

Let’s face it, there’s nothing like a new piece of kit to get you and your construction team excited.

 

When the new machine is safer to use, more reliable and more versatile than those it is replacing, everybody’s job becomes a bit easier and as the boss, you have fewer worries about deadlines and cost overruns.

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Topics: Construction Machinery

Why you should switch to an umbilical effluent system

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jul 9, 2018 4:19:12 PM

 

Effluent – it’s liquid gold when applied to pasture but plain old pollution when it gets into waterways. The challenge on the farm is to maximise its potential to lift production and minimise its potential to pollute.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Telehandlers v. tractors: What’s better for your farm?

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 26, 2018 4:34:10 PM

 

Okay, so we know Granddad broke in the whole farm with just a Series I Land Rover and a Massey 135, but we also know times have changed.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

How telehandlers can make your farming operation safer

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 18, 2018 4:38:43 PM

 

Who wouldn’t want their farm to be a safe place to work? Apart from any legal requirement to provide a safe working environment, there’s the peace of mind that comes from knowing you are doing everything you can to ensure you and your staff go home each day alive and well.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Why your farming operation needs a telehandler

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 12, 2018 2:39:58 PM

Efficiency is a watchword for New Zealand farmers, so much so they are regarded among the most efficient in the world.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Telehandlers tick all the boxes for farm use

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 12, 2018 2:38:48 PM

 

Everyone knows that if a neighbourhood farm has a new tractor or other flash piece of gear, they'll find any excuse to drive or tow it through town to show it off. Hey, new machinery is cool, we can all agree!

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

The benefits of SIP mower cutterbars

Posted by Webbline on May 9, 2018 2:02:39 PM

 

When you’re stomping around Fieldays admiring the displays of new farm equipment, it’s easy to be beguiled by shiny paint and impressive performance data so that you forget one of the most important questions – if I break it, how much will it cost to fix?

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

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