Sany launches efficient new reachstacker

Sany reportedly signed contracts for 58 units of different models at the launch ceremony Sany reportedly signed contracts for 58 units of different models at the launch ceremony

Sany Marine Heavy Industry Co Ltd has launched its new H9 reach stacker, empty container handler and material handler which boast new high efficiency energy-saving features.

The H stands for high efficiency and performance and 9 means endurance and the series is designed to save operators both time and money.

“In 2017, Sany Marine has signed 1 billion RMB for its large port machinery products. We believe a new era of large port machinery and mobile port machinery is coming to the light,” said Fu Weizhog, president of Sany Marine Heavy Industry Co Ltd.

“Sany will stick to becoming the first brand of global logistics intelligent equipment, becoming the main supplier of terminal automation solution and realising the final goal of mutual benefit for all our customers, suppliers, shareholders and employees.”

Orders in

During the official launch ceremony, Sany reportedly signed contracts for 58 units of different models onsite, worth up to 120million RMB.

H9’s processor, the H series reach stacker has been a leading brand in China for more than ten years.

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