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Lencrow proves size matters

25-10-2011
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Materials handling specialist Lencrow, the Australian dealer for the world class EP range of forklifts, has received the first of three units in the larger EP range.

The new unit is a CPCD100 with a capacity of 10,000kg @ 600mm load centres.

It is powered by the popular Isuzu 6BG1QP that produces 84kW@2200rpm, giving power and good fuel consumption. 

The transmission comes standard with two forward and reverse speeds.

“We decided that this range of units should be fully fitted in the factory,” says Ross Grassick of Lencrow. So all the units we have ordered come with air-conditioned cabin and factory fitted side shift and fork positioning. We are pleased with our choice as the cabin offers excellent visibility making the unit easy to use.”

The EP range now goes through to 20,000kg. The larger units come with option of engine and transmission, make, size and origin.

Mr Rod Jackson from Lencrow said the new models were destined for locations in Brisbane and Northern Queensland.

“We have had a trouble free run with the 8000kg units and expect no less from these models,” says Mr Jackson.

The new EP range shows attention to quality and driver comfort, at an affordable price.

Lencrow
Ph: 1300 536 276
www.lencrow.com.au

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