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QME 2014 Preview: New forklifts launched at QME

Adaptalift Hyster have announced that the Hyster H16XM-6 will be launched on stand OS665, at the Queensland Mining & Engineering (QME) Exhibition, with their range of specialised materials handling equipment also set to feature.

QME 2014 Preview New forklifts launched at QME

As first time exhibitors to QME, Adapatlift Hyster will showcase their extensive range of materials handling equipment, including the Hyster H16.00XM-6 with a fitted tyre handler attachment, in addition to the launch of the Hyster H16XM-6 forklift.

Michael Cunial, State Manager QLD of Adaptalift Hyster explains “we saw the exhibition as an excellent opportunity to demonstrate to the mining industry just how great our materials handling equipment range is and the durability the machines can provide in such demanding environments.”

The new Hyster H16XM-6 is a powerful clean-running 16 tonne forklift that offers maximum productivity and reliability for operators in any arduous condition presented by mining applications, by incorporating the following key features:

  • Clean-running Industrial Diesel Engine;
  • Advanced Auto-Shift Transmission;
  • Standard Oil-Immersed Brakes;
  • Robust Drive-Axle;
  • The Hyster’s ‘Vista’ Cab (Renowned for including an extensive range of ergonomic features as a standard);
  • Tier 4i/Stage IIIB compliant.

Adaptalift Hyster provides the mining sector with a premium range of highly durable and well-built equipment, whose load capacities ranging from 8 to 52 tonnes, with a wide range of attachment options also available.

At QME 2014, Adaptalift Hyster will have a range of materials handling equipment on display, along with expert personnel who will be available to explain how their solutions can assist your mining operations, discuss the various service offerings they provide and assist with any visitor inquiries. 

Three representatives from Adaptalift Hyster, Michael Cunial (State Manager), Shane Whelan (QLD Sales Manager) and Wayne Pearce (Big Truck Specialist), will be present at the event to meet with attendees and exhibit the equipment. “Queensland is a state with a very strong mining industry, with lots of activities and demand for products, services, equipment and people and QME is a great way to bring this community together” describes Shane Whelan, QLD Sales Manager of Adaptalift Hyster.

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