The Combilift company was established by two engineers, Martin McVicar and Robert Moffett. Between them, they had more than 40 years of engineering experience when they founded the company in 1998 in Monaghan, Ireland. In just over a decade, Combilift became a leader within the worldwide long-load handling market, providing products to over 50 markets worldwide. Supported by a trusted international network of distributors that have helped expand distribution into many markets all over the world and utilizing their extensive experience and knowledge, McVicar and Moffett have built machines that are in high demand and had sold 10,000 units by mid 2009.
Beneath is a summary of a few of the Combilift models.
C-Series Combilifts are available in an array of mast options. Lift heights up to nine meters and lift capacities as much as 25,000 kilograms are available. Available engines are in electric or battery, LPG or gas and diesel and the C-Series Combilifts could operate within 210 centimetres wide guided aisles.
The Combilift Straddle Carriers can transport fully loaded containers that may weigh as much as 35 tons. These loads can be transported all around a facility or work site and the Combilift Straddle Carrier can lift fully loaded containers where needed, whether it be from the ground to the trailer, from trailer to trailer or from the trailer to the ground. These types of equipment are a cost-effective, efficient solution for numerous haulage, shipping, and distribution businesses, even those kinds with low throughput levels.
The SL-Series side-loaders are machines capable of driving in four directions thanks to its multi-directional steering. This hydrostatic, all-wheel drive forklift can benefit businesses in many ways, one of which is to enable facilities to have narrower aisles. It also enables the capability to bulk or block stack by driving forward. This highly manoeuvrable truck is usually considered to be a superior choice compared to numerous standard sit-down sideloaders due to the various extra features and capabilities.