SENNEBOGEN builds the world’s largest material handler

SENNEBOGEN builds the world’s largest material handler

SENNEBOGEN builds the world’s largest material handler

SENNEBOGEN will present the new 895 E, the largest material handler ever built, to the public at bauma 2019. The gigantic machine is impressive with its operational weight of around 390 t and reach of up to 40 m.

SENNEBOGEN will present the largest material handler in the world at its factory premises in Straubing during bauma, once again setting new standards in challenging material handling.

SENNEBOGEN builds the world's largest material handler

The new SENNEBOGEN 895 E sets the benchmark

Bigger, higher, wider – that’s how the development in material handlers over the last few years can be summarized. The Bavarian machine manufacturer SENNEBOGEN has taken things a step further with the world’s largest material handler.

This much has already been revealed. The new giant bears the title 895 E and going forward will lead the way for the green port material handler product range.

The development of the new material handler has focused particularly on energy efficiency and the driver comfort that SENNEBOGEN is known for. The SENNEBOGEN 895 E comes, therefore, with an energy recovery system and in multiple drive versions. Multiple cab elevations are available to drivers to give them the optimum view of the work environment.

Erich Sennebogen Managing Director, SENNEBOGEN
Erich Sennebogen – Managing Director, SENNEBOGEN

Interested customers can register now for a factory tour and a transfer to Straubing via their corresponding SENNEBOGEN sales and service partner. Incidentally, there is another advantage of paying a visit. As well as the 895 E, the latest version of the 9300 E mobile port crane will also be on view.

Additional product highlights will be communicated at the official product launch at bauma in April 2019.

“The dimensions of the largest handling excavator will eclipse everything previously known from SENNEBOGEN. The weight and size of the components make transport and assembly at the trade fair impossible. The machine will be completed on time for bauma in April and can be viewed at the Straubing plant during bauma week.” Erich Sennebogen, Managing Director, SENNEBOGEN

Post source : SENNEBOGEN Maschinenfabrik GmbH

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