Applied Machinery of North Carolina and Merlo, Italy, has chosen Garden State Engine & Equipment (GSE&E) as its dealer for the states of New Jersey, New York (including Long Island), Connecticut and eastern Pennsylvania.
Applied Machinery of North Carolina and Merlo, Italy, has chosen Garden State Engine & Equipment (GSE&E) as its dealer for the states of New Jersey, New York (including Long Island), Connecticut and eastern Pennsylvania. GSE&E is one of the first dealers to sign on to represent and distribute the Merlo product line in the United States.
GSE&E immediately began accepting delivery of the new Merlo telescopic and rotating telescopic forklifts. The product line has models along with numerous attachments to make material handling easier.
“We have a commitment to be the best and we believe that a constant and never ending improvement is paramount to service our customers with our factory trained technicians,” said Paul Baldasarre, president and CEO. “We also represent the top of the line machinery available along with the best parts and customer service we can possibly provide.”
The panoramic telescoping forklifts range in size from the P25.6, a 5,500 lb. (2,495 kg) capacity, 19 ft. (5.8 m) lift height to the P120.10HM, a 26,000 lb. (11,793 kg) capacity with a 32 ft. (9.7 m) lift height.
The rotating telescopic forklifts range from the Roto 38.14, an 8,400 lb. (3,810 kg) capacity, 45 ft. (13.7 m) lift height to the Roto 40.30, an 8,800 lb. (3,992 kg) capacity with a 96 ft. (29 m) lift height.
“The Merlo product line exceeds expectations of what a telehandler forklift can be relied upon to do,” said GSE&E General Manager John Meyer. “As with the other material handling product lines we represent, Merlo brings not only the additional reach to deliver materials higher, but years of engineering and safety to handle construction materials in this ever changing industry.
“Merlo is a top quality machine produced by a top quality company who has world wide recognition in material handling We are very proud to be their representatives in the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area.”
The Merlo Company invented the telescopic telehandlers and the rotating forklifts as they are known today, according to the company. All Merlo telehandlers and forklifts meet all applicable American ANSI specifications.
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