Snorkel and Xtreme to launch new products and innovations at CONEXPO
The company has further developed its lithium-electric range
Snorkel and Xtreme Manufacturing will display a number of exciting new industry-first product launches across multiple categories at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, including further developments in Snorkel's lithium-electric range, alongside the official global launch of the new lithium-electric Speed Level.
Alongside new products, Snorkel will be showcasing innovations on existing products including a tracked drive option for its family of mid-size telescopic boom lifts. Snorkel will be sharing its booth at the event with sister company, Xtreme Manufacturing.
Xtreme Manufacturing will unveil a number of new telehandlers at ConExpo, expanding its product line to more than 20 available models, with lift capacities ranging from 6,000 pounds (2,721 kg) to 70,000 pounds (31,751 kg). The new models will bring greater commonality in design and provide customers with enhanced capacities, increased reach and extended choice in the 12,000 pounds (5,443 kg) to 17,000 pounds (7,711 kg) capacity range.
Xtreme will also be launching a change to its model nomenclature designed to help customers easily identify the carriage class for the machine. The new look model names will change from ‘XR1570', for example, to ‘XR1570-C'.
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