New Hyster trucks promise fuel savings
Hyster has introduced a new 5 to 8 high empty container handler, said to reduce fuel consumption by 25% compared to previous models and others in the industry.
The new Hyster
Overall, Hyster says the new Stage IV / Tier 4 final trucks will help operations reduce their fuel bill significantly, without loss of performance.
The new Hyster range offers nine different engagement system
options, designed for handling single containers or for the increasing trend of
double handling. The
With engine, transmission and hydraulic protection systems, Hyster says its new trucks ensure good reliability in the most demanding port and terminal operations, whether in sub-zero or tropical conditions, with oil-immersed brakes, a 'cooling on demand' system and other features.
Hyster says this latest model also offers faster service, low noise levels, improved visibility and low centre of gravity.
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