Lift and Access

If you're having trouble deciding on a low- or high-mount boom telescopic handler, Gehl Co., West Bend, Wis., has eliminated the need to look elsewhere. You can order either style using the company's Select-a-Boom System. The DL-10H/55 telehandler with a high-mounted boom participated at the Showcase.

Video was taken in 2006 by Lift and Access magazine for its annual Equipment Showcase in Phoenix.

Genie Industries, Redmond, Wash., took responsibility for Terex telehandlers back in 2005, quickly changing the nomenclature to GH-1056 and the color to its signature blue and gray. Within a few months, the company had made some improvements -- mostly with a new cab design on the telescopic handlers.

Video was taken in 2006 by Lift and Access magazine for its annual Equipment Showcase in Phoenix.

At the time of video production, the VR-1056C telescopic handler was the largest product in Ingersoll Rand's VR telehandler line-up and was built at the company's plant in Shippensburg, Pa.

Following this demonstration at the Lift and Access Equipment Showcase in 2006, the product line was purchased by Volvo CE and later sold to Skyjack, which has rebranded the VR Series under its own name.

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