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Consolis Group uses Terex stacker

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Consolis Group has used a Terex TFC 45 R reach stacker at its plant in Port Dickson, Malaysia, since summer 2016. The robust machine is used for handling and transporting concrete pipes and components produced on site for the construction of a water-cooling circuit.

The Terex reach stacker used by Consolis Malaysia is equipped with a grab developed especially for pipe components. Guillaume Beduneau, Operation Manager at Consolis in Malaysia, explains: “With the Terex reach stacker we can selectively grab and position the components. In this way we achieve greater flexibility of use than with other handling machines such as mobile cranes. So far the machine has also impressed us in everyday work with its robustness and cost-effective operation.”

Paolo Dazi, Global Sales Director Lift Trucks TPS, is delighted to have gained Consolis as another industrial customer for the reach stacker technology of TPS: “The fact that Consolis has opted for the TFC 45 R proves the versatility of our reach stackers. Besides container spreaders, we can also equip them with the appropriate lifting gear for various industrial applications. In addition, Consolis benefits from the advantages typical of all our reach stackers, namely cost-effectiveness, serviceability and ergonomic design.”

TPS offers customers an extensive range of reach stackers. The Terex TFC 45 R belongs to the portfolio of proven machines that has been extended since spring 2015 to include the Terex Liftace™ reach stackers from the new-generation lift trucks of TPS.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/23112016/consolis-group-uses-terex-stacker/

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