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Sennebogen launches “world’s biggest materials handler”

At next week’s BAUMA 2019 fair in Munich, Sennebogen will present the new 895 E, which it says is the largest materials handler ever built

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Sennebogen launches “world’s biggest materials handler”

The gigantic machine has an operational weight of around 390 tons and reach of up to 40m. During the fair, the machine can be viewed at Sennebogen’s factory premises in Straubing, around 70 kms from Munich.


Interested customers can register now for a factory tour and a transfer to Straubing via their local Sennebogen sales and service partner. The latest version of the 9300 E mobile harbour crane launched two years ago will also be on view.


"Bigger, higher, wider - that’s how the development in material handlers over the last few years can be summarized," says Sennebogen. "We have taken things a step further with the world’s largest material handler.The new giant will lead the way for our green port material handler product range.


The development of the new material handler has focused particularly on energy efficiency and the driver comfort. It comes with an energy recovery system and in multiple drive versions. Multiple cab elevations are available to drivers to give them the optimum view of the work environment.


CEO Erich Sennebogen said: "The dimensions of the largest material handler have made everything else that we have produced seem small, the operational weight alone is around 390 t. This, and the size of the attachments, make transport to and assembly at the fair impossible. So we are showing the machine to any interested customers at our plant in Straubing during BAUMA week."

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