Combilift is a company which was first founded by engineers Robert Moffett and Martin McVicar. They had over 40 years of experience between them when they first founded the business in the year 1998 within Monaghan, Ireland. In just over a decade, Combilift became a leader in the worldwide long-load handling market, providing products to over 50 markets worldwide. Supported by a trusted international network of distributors that have helped expand distribution into numerous markets all around the world and using their extensive knowledge and experience, Moffett and McVicar have created machines which had sold 10,000 units by mid 2009 and are in high demand.
Beneath is a summary of a few of the Combilift units.
There are a range of mast options for the C-Series Combilifts, while these machines offer up to nine meters and lift capacities that top out at 25,000 kilograms. Available engines are in diesel, battery or electric and gas or LPG and the C-Series Combilifts can operate in guided aisles as narrow as 210 centimetres wide.
Combilift Straddle Carriers offer the ability to carry oversized, heavy cargo like fully loaded containers that weigh up to 35 tons. These loads could be transported all around a facility or work site and the Combilift Straddle Carrier can raise fully loaded containers where needed, whether it be from trailer to trailer, from the trailer to the ground or from the ground to the trailer. These machines are a cost-effective, effective solution for numerous haulage, shipping, and distribution businesses, even those with low throughput levels.
The SL-Series side-loaders are machines capable of driving in four directions because of its multi-directional steering. This hydrostatic, all-wheel drive forklift could help businesses in lots of ways, one of which is to allow facilities to have aisles which are narrower. It also enables the capability to bulk or block stack by driving forward. This highly manoeuvrable kind of truck is usually considered to be a better alternative compared to numerous traditional sit-down sideloaders because of the various added features and capabilities.