Terex Port Solutions (TPS) has announced that it will present the Terex Liftace 5-36 reach stacker, the next machine of its line of new-generation lift trucks at the Bauma Trade Fair at stand FM 711 from April 11-17 in Munich, Germany.
As well as the Liftace reach stackers, the new generation also includes Terex’ Stackace empty container handlers.
The machines consist of a compact design and offer users cost-effectiveness, ease of maintenance and ergonomics.
The Liftace 5-36 reach stacker offers low fuel consumption and low wear, easy access to all maintenance points and a cab with a user-friendly design.
For the engines, TPS relies on technology from Volvo and Cummins that meets the requirements of the EPA Tier-4 final emission standard (EU Stage IV).
Mike Hegewald, Senior Director of Global Engineering at Terex Port Solutions, said: “Like all vehicles of the new generation, the Terex Liftace 5-36 reach stacker has been developed by an international team based on global customer requirements.
“The mix of competitive operating costs, ease of maintenance and convenience at the human-machine interface makes the machines efficient overall packages that provide competitive advantages for our customers. We will consistently continue on this course and successively expand the model range of the Liftace reach stacker.”
In other news, Terex Port Solutions (TPS) has acquired the assets of the terminal tractor product line from CVS Ferrari S.R.L. (CVS), which has been part of Manitex International, Inc. since 2010.
Fact File: TPS is part of the Material Handling & Port Solutions business segment of Terex Corporation that supplies customers in ports with a combination of machines, software and services under the Terex and Terex Gottwald brands.