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LiuGong Introduces New MH Series of Wheeled Material Handlers

Original Source: FocusOn Land Improvement Contractors

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LiuGong North America, a subsidiary of Guangxi LiuGong Machinery Co. Ltd., has introduced its MH series of wheeled material handlers.

According to the company, the MH40, MH40XD, MH50 and MH60 models are designed to meet the specific needs of the scrap recycling and forestry industries in North America.

The machines, which were debuted during an event at a local recycling site, are powered by Cummings T-4 final engines, Kessler axles, Dana transmissions, Kawasaki hydraulics and Pierce fronts. The company says the focus on quality components is designed to minimize downtime compared to competitors who may face parts availability issues.

The MH40 utilizes the 130Amp Hubbell controller and a 25kWh Baldor generator. Additionally, the company says the MH series is built for easy maintenance, with features like ground-level access to auto greasers minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity.

The machines are said to prioritize operator comfort and efficiency with pilot-operated controls for precise handling and onboard diagnostics that allow operators to monitor hydraulic pressure from the cabin.

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According to the company, the machines deliver high performance without the premium associated with larger brands. LiuGong also offers a comprehensive three-year, 4,000-hour warranty on the entire machine.

LiuGong has 65 years of experience in machinery manufacturing and 60 years in building wheeled material handlers. Built in collaboration with Jewell Machinery in Rocky Mount, Virginia, the MH series is designed and assembled in North America to optimize operating costs. With 360-degree lift capacity and a suite of advanced features, the company says these machines aim to set a new standard in the material handling industry.