Manitou Rolls Out MTA Construction Telehandlers

The all-new Manitou MTA Construction Telehandlers were introduced in March 2023 to specifically answer the needs of the North America Rental Market.

New Manitou Telehandlers

The all-new Manitou MTA Construction Telehandlers were introduced in March 2023 to specifically answer the needs of the North America Rental Market. There are five new MTA telehandlers in the range durably made in Yankton, South Dakota: The MTA 642, MTA842, MTA 1055, MTA 1242 and the MTA 1255. These new models hit industry sweet spots for maximum lifting capacities and lift heights, delivering operator and design characteristics that drive premium performance as well as a lower total cost of ownership. The MTA Telehandler range offers a new cab design, providing enhanced comfort and better visibility around the machine and on the attachment. Noise pollution is greatly reduced to 80dBA inside the cab. The driver’s station offers an intuitive dashboard that provides operating and maintenance alerts and the JSM (joystick switch and move) allows fingertip control of every function. These new models start at 74 horsepower on the MTA 642 with a 6,000 lbs. lift capacity and go up to the 127 horsepower on the MTA 1255 lifting a maximum of 12,000 lbs. The range will reach heights from 42 feet to 55 feet 7 inches with a long robust high-strength steel boom to stage pallets of bricks and bulky loaders of lumber multiple stories up. The upgraded stabilization system will save time on busy workdays, allowing for multiple movements at all boom levels to facilitate proper alignment of material. Plus, the automatic transmission and parking brake make for a seamless operator experience, even in rough terrain or difficult ground conditions. Job-tested, reliable and built for rental. When it comes to material handling on construction sites, stability, reach, and power are a necessity - and the All-New MTA Telehandlers bring it all.

Each MTA machine is compatible with a full complement of telehandler attachments, including forks, buckets, truss booms, and work platforms. Fleet management and total cost of ownership is further improved with connected machine services, such as the EasyMANAGER fleet management platform, and the EasyManager app, both of which make it easier to share critical information between equipment owners, operators and technicians — all with the goal of minimizing downtime and helping equipment owners get ahead of service needs and potential equipment issues. The new load-sensing hydraulic system also improves smoothness and accuracy, and the combined hydraulic movements provide greater efficiency for increased productivity. The new transmission’s automatic mode offers greater flexibility and optimum torque with less operator fatigue, with the option to switch to standard powershift transmission at any time.

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