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Terex To Build Marine Forklifts …
Oshkosh Produces Newest HET For Army …
Navy Awards Navistar Heavy Truck Order …
Terex Corp. has been awarded an
$18.9 million contract to build 200 Terex
TX51-19MD, 5000 lb. capacity, light
rough terrain forklifts (LRTFs) for the
U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) through its
Terex Government Programs unit in
Stafford, Va. The initial delivery order is
for $9 million and over 100 units.
The TX51-19MD forklifts are manufactured by Terex Aerial Work Platforms
as a militarized version of the original
commercial model. They are designed
to meet the rigorous demands of the
marines including: fording, beach operations, helo-transport and the full spectrum of military lifting missions.
Terex has also provided an extended
five-year warranty to ensure operational
readiness for the USMC.
Cat Lift Trucks has made delivery
of the first new P8000 to P12000 and
PD8000 to PD12000 series of internal
combustion pneumatic tire lift trucks to
the Columbian TecTank manufacturing facility in Parsons, Kan. Columbian
Tec Tank will use the new trucks to move
carbon and stainless-steel products
throughout its 250,000 sq.ft. facility.
The new lift truck series is just one of
five new families of Cat lift trucks introduced earlier this year equipped with an
EPA-compliant Nissan or Mitsubishi engine, two-speed forward and one-speed
reverse transmission, and an LED/LCD
display panel with tools such as an operator passcode system and maintenance
Oshkosh Defense has been awarded
its first production order for the newest
configuration of the Heavy Equipment
Transporter (HET) from the U.S. Army.
The Oshkosh HET A1 is part of the Ar-
my’s Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles
(FHTV), produced by Oshkosh Defense,
which also includes the Heavy Expanded
Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) A4 and
the Palletized Load System (PLS) A1.