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New trucks from Hubtex

At a recent trade fair Hubtex announced its latest model developments showcasing its unique solutions for the handling of wood-based materials. With a focus on handling and order-picking solutions for bulky wood materials they presented the new multidirectional counterbalance forklift truck, FluX 70.

New FluX 70 suitable for loads of up to 7 tonnes

The new electric multidirectional counterbalance forklift, FluX 70 is capable of safely transporting long and heavy loads weighing up to 7 tonnes – even over rough terrain and in narrow aisleways.

The vehicle is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and combines the advantages of an electric multidirectional forklift with those of a heavy-duty forklift with a combustion engine.

Hubtex also promoted the latest generation of its core product: the electric multidirectional sideloader which is now available in a new design with added features to the meet the challenges presented by Industry.

Electric multidirectional sideloader: new design and added features

The latest generation of its classic electric multidirectional sideloader model includes 48 V and 80 V drive variants with load-carrying capacities of 3–5 tonnes together into one modular system.

The forklift’s new design offers optimum manoeuvrability, a highly ergonomic cabin and improved all-round visibility. The electrohydraulic steering has also been replaced by a purely electric steering system, ensuring maximum energy efficiency during operation.

Even in its basic configuration, the vehicle is already designed for gradual automation.

Predetermined cable runs, positions for sensors and other equipment features ensure the forklift is ready to meet the challenges posed by Industry 4.0. Numerous assistance systems can be integrated retroactively, for example.

It’s not easy to find the ideal order-picking solution that enables the perfect handling of wood materials.

However, with Hubtex there are solutions that can adapt depending on the timber company and its various requirements for transport and order-picking vehicles, there are countless vehicle variations available – from manual order picking to a fully automated system.


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