rough-terrain forklift

By : 
Karen M. Scally
Access Nation podcast

It's here: The time of year when we reveal the new winners of the Leadership in Lifting Equipment and Aerial Platforms (LLEAP) Awards.

I had the pleasure of going back on as a guest of the Access Nation podcast, hosted by Phil Duane, owner of Schempp Wholesale Re-rent, to unveil the winners of the 2019 competition. The new podcast episode is available today, and you can listen to it here.

Manitou Group Redesigns Website for Easier Use

Date: 25-09-2018 / Author: kscally

Manitou Group unveiled a new version of its corporate website,, as part of its plans for digital transformation.

Along with the key information it provides, the website functionality has been redesigned to offer users an optimal browsing experience.

The main new features include two areas dedicated entirely to media professionals and investors, direct access to the recruitment platform, prominence given to Corporate Social Responsibility, and a clean, understated, modern design.

Manitou Unveils New Aerial Platforms, Telehandlers, Forklifts at Intermat

Date: 25-04-2018 / Author: mlarson

The Manitou Group went all out at this year’s Intermat trade show in Paris and introduced at least eight new or improved lifting and access products, all aimed at optimizing total cost of ownership.

Sellick Rolls Out 15,000-Lb. Rough-Terrain Forklift

Date: 04-11-2015 / Author: mlarson

Sellick Equipment Limited, Harrow, Ontario, Canada, has added a new model to its line of rough terrain forklifts.

The new S150 can lift 15,000 lbs. at a 24-in. load center, and is powered by an economical 74-hp, four-cylinder intercooled Tier 4 Final electronic engine that produces 295 lb.-ft. of torque.

Manitou's Updated M 40 RT Forklift Carries Lots of Important New Features

Date: 10-06-2015 / Author: mlarson
Manitou M 40 at work
Manitou M 40 at work 2
Manitou M 40 right side
Manitou M 40 mast

Manitou’s newly and vastly updated M 40 vertical-masted rough-terrain forklift features a Tier-4 Final diesel engine, a sleek new body, and a host of improvements that increase visibility, comfort, performance, and economy.

It is ideally suited for housing, general construction, building material supply, agriculture, rental, forestry, and the oil and gas industry, thanks to its rugged, rough-terrain design.