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Hiab introduce new-generation skiploader

Company says its latest Multilift Futura unit features more than 100 smart innovations

HIAB, Swedish manufacturers of compact equipment, have launched their latest skiploader – the Multilift Futura. The new machine, which is said to have more than 100 innovations, has been designed to offer higher levels of productivity, safety and flexibility.

Jussi Katajainen, product manager for Multilift demountables, commented: ‘We offer our customers smart and safe solutions that ensure the growth of their business. The new Multilift Futura skiploader has been specially designed to meet customer needs. It has features that are totally new to the market such as FlexControl, which gives the operator to customize the skiploader, and SkipTop, which covers any load with a touch of a button.’

The Multilift Futura also features completely redesigned EvoLight steel construction, providing increased payload at 300-500kg to allow customers to haul more while saving fuel and reducing carbon emissions.

The machine’s SwanNeck design increases its reach in container handling while maintaining operational stability. Safety, both for the operator and surroundings, are paramount for the skiploader.

SafetyPlus innovations, such as hydraulic side stops and hydraulic container lock combined with precise controls, ensure a high level of safety when using the Multilift Futura.
Mr Katajainen said: ‘The skiploader combines forward thinking technique with smart and innovative design. It is not only meant to function in easy surroundings, but also in narrow streets and unpredictable conditions.’

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