Fuchs

Eddie Jamieson grew up sorting and handling scrap metals in his family's business. When he realized the family pyramid was growing too wide at the base and there was limited room for growth within the company, he decided to take a chance and venture out on his own.

Specialist material handling company Fuchs will showcase its latest addition to the product portfolio, the new MHL375F at Terex stand S5118, at ConExpo. The all new MHL375 F bridges the gap in the 132,000 to 154,000 lbs. (59,874 to 69,853 kg) category.

Leslie Equipment Company has been appointed as one of the new Fuchs distributors in North America. With its headquarters and five locations based in West Virginia, Leslie Equipment Co. will now meet demand for Fuchs equipment throughout the entire state.

Company Wrench, the full-line JCB, Fuchs material handler, LaBounty attachment, Bandit large tree chipper/grinder and Kobelco excavator dealer of North Carolina and South Carolina held an open house and excavator rodeo at its Charlotte, N.C., facility on Oct.

Ring Power and Company Wrench have signed a partnership agreement that will position both companies to better serve the scrap and demolition markets in Florida. Company Wrench is an Ohio-based company that manufactures, sells and rents equipment at nine facilities throughout the U.S., including one in Lakeland, Fl.

Purpose built to deliver the long reach and high lift capacities required in port and high production scrap handling applications, the new heavy duty Fuchs MHL390 F material handler unseats the MHL380 handler as the largest and most productive machine in the Fuchs product line.

Purpose built to deliver the long reach and high lift capacities required in port and high production scrap handling applications, the new heavy duty Fuchs MHL390 F material handler unseats the MHL380 handler as the largest and most productive machine in the Fuchs product line.

Fuchs expands its North American distribution network with the appointment of Thoesen Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. as an authorized distributor of Fuchs material handlers in northern Illinois, including the greater Chicago market area. Headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Lynwood, the service-focused company has sales and service team members blanketing this territory to offer sales, rental, parts and service support for the full Fuchs equipment line, purpose-built to increase operating efficiencies for the scrap, recycling, waste, portside and logging markets.

Fuchs has announced a critical appointment to the North American after-sales support team for Fuchs material handlers. Noah Devine will lead all aspects of service, parts and warranty efforts for the material handlers and will work closely with distributors and customers to develop training and support programs.

The Fuchs MHL370 F material handler expands the Fuchs product line and marks an entry in the 120,000-lb. (54,431 kg) class of high capacity machines. Built for high production in large scrap operations and port applications throughout North America, the new MHL370 handler boasts heavy counterweight and a massive undercarriage with 17.9- by 20.6-ft.

The Fuchs MHL340 E material handler boasts a powerful and fuel efficient 173 hp (129 kW) turbocharged diesel engine, offering the power required to handle the most difficult tasks while saving on fuel costs. Operations can equip the MHL340 E with multiple boom and stick configurations for up to a 44.9-ft.