Following on from the launch of its electric-powered 19C-1E mini-digger and 30-19E Teletruk, JCB continues to expand its line-up of ‘E-Tech’ machines with the reveal of an electric-powered Loadall telehandler model.
As the buzz around electrification of farm machines marches on, the latest manufacturer to join the fray is JCB with its 525-60E telehandler. To see what the battery powered loader is capable of, Alex Heath put it to work on a range of tasks on a beef unit and a potato grading line.
Representing one of the firms latest loader developments, we try out Claas new pivot steer telehandler, the Torion 738 T Sinus. James Rickard puts the machine to work to find out more.
Looking for greater comfort, reliability and control, Wiltshire contractor Ollie Kinch opted for a Volvo L70H loading shovel to handle clamping and loading duties. Geoff Ashcroft reports.
For one Dumfriesshire farmer and contractor, switching from a skid steer to a compact telehandler has enabled more operations to be completed without sacrificing usability when space is at a premium.
Looking to improve comfort and convenience when scraping out cubicle sheds, one Somerset dairy farmer opted for JCBs 403 compact loader, adding a range of attachments to make the most of the compact materials handling solution. Geoff Ashcroft reports.
Combining the capability of a telehandler with the functionality of a tractor, Merlos MultiFarmer is proving a worthwhile purchase for one Cornish grower.
Schaffer was the first loader manufacturer to add lithium-ion batteries, as found in mobile phones and power tools, into a compact loader, the 23e.
Following on from the machines reveal at this years LAMMA Show, we try out Diecis latest pivot steer telehandler, the Agri Pivot T90.