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.
Cam Gabbard, president of Company Wrench Ltd. , has announced the hiring of Mike Walter as the product manager of the Terex-Fuchs product line. Gabbard's announcement is made in conjunction with Company Wrench's recent appointment as the official Fuchs dealer in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Adam Blank had used an old forestry crane for years to move scrap metal around his business northwest of Atlanta. Using the log-loader worked well enough, he said, and kept him from having to invest a lot of money on a newer machine.
Eventually, though, as ABC Recycling in Marietta, Ga., grew in volume, Blank began to weigh the pros and cons of acquiring a more up-to-date piece of equipment — one that was designed specifically for lifting and placing heavy steel scrap.
More than 300 customers, distributors and team members from around the world joined Fuchs in Bad Schönborn, Germany, from Oct. 18 to 20, 2018, for a three-day celebration to mark the company's 130th anniversary.
Founded by Johannes Fuchs in 1888 as an agricultural machinery and stable equipment manufacturing business, Fuchs has evolved into a specialist material handling company and has established a reputation for innovation and ingenuity.
Erb Equipment Company recently announced that it has taken on the Terex/Fuchs line of material handlers. The unique design features of the material handlers make the machines veritable all-rounders in materials handling. Whether in the scrap yard, at recycling sites, in the sawmill industry or in port handling, Terex/Fuchs machines boast productivity and cost-efficiency.
Terex Corporation continues to implement a series of strategic moves and investments to better position its purpose-built Fuchs material handler business for global expansion and sales growth. Recently, the business was rebranded “Fuchs – A Terex Brand” in key markets for consistent global brand recognition.
Built for efficiently tackling a range of indoor and outdoor applications from municipal solid waste processing to small scrap yards, the new Fuchs MHL320 F material handler boasts a compact yet powerful design. With an 11% more powerful engine and offering the same features found on larger Fuchs handlers, this versatile 50,485-lb (22.9-t) MHL320 F handler is the perfect entry level unit for operations who need the high lift capacities at extended reaches, efficient sorting capabilities and fast trailer loading/unloading only delivered by purpose-built handlers.
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 new Fuchs MHL370 F material handler expands the Fuchs product line and marks an entry in the 120,000-lb (55 mt) 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- x 20.6-ft (5,440- x 6,270-mm) outrigger stance to offer excellent stability and high lift capacities at extended reach.
ISRI delegates visiting Fuchs booth A12 during the ISRI 2016 Convention and Exposition at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. from April 4-6 were among the first to see the future operator control center for Fuchs material handlers. The sleek new cab design incorporates more glass to advance visibility, new steering control for improved maneuverability and revised interior for more space and greater operator comfort.