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• Hiab has introduced a 10t/m knuckleboom loader crane with

28th March 1996, Page 13
28th March 1996
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Page 13, 28th March 1996 — • Hiab has introduced a 10t/m knuckleboom loader crane with
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a short boom lift of 2.5m at 70cm, a near 14m outreach and mechanically extending to more than 18m.

Model 102 options include radio remote controls, top seat controls, winch and the Space/MiniSpace palm-top computer.

This diagnoses faults and provides historical working data including overloads.

All new Hiabs are fully screened in accordance with the Electromagnetic Compatibility Regs (1992) which came into effect on 1 January.

Iliab's UK aftersales service—which it shares with sister company Cargotec's Multilift and Norba products—now includes a "new parts for old" system, trade-ins on major items plus new catalogue parts ordering.

Customers are supported by next-day deliveries and a parts Hotline channelled through Hiab UK and regional service centres, all linked directly to a new central parts distribution point in Metz, France.


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