Sennebogen set for electric material handlers ‘world premiere’

By Steve Ducker27 April 2022

Germany-based equipment manufacturer Sennebogen has announced it will be presenting new battery-powered material handlers at the IFAT trade show in Munich at the end of next month.

Sennebogen material handlers Sennebogen’s new material handlers are among seven machines that will be presented at IFAT. (Image: Sennebogen)

On show will be the Sennebogen 19 t battery-powered material handler, the 22 t recycling material handler (8.22) from the new G-series and the recently launched 4 t telehandler (3.40 G).

Altogether the company will feature seven machines and have exhibition space totalling more than 3,000 cubic metres (10,594 cu ft).

It will also be presenting a live demonstration of four demolition and recycling machines at the event.

The company said: “With the new battery-powered material handlers, Sennebogen supplements its electric series with free-moving models that combine the best of both machine concepts.

“This is because with our mobile battery models, you can continue working even when the machine is connected to the power grid for recharging.”

IFAT, which covers waste and raw materials management as well as water, sewage and waste, takes place in Munich from 30 May to 3 June.

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