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ALL Adds 20 JLG Telescopic Forklifts To Fleet

April 8, 2015

ALL Adds 20 JLG Telescopic Forklifts To Fleet
CLEVELAND (04-14-2015) The ALL Family of Companies (ALL) has announced the purchase of 20 new JLG telescopic telehandlers to add to an already robust fleet.

Included in the package are (10) G9-43As, five (5) G10-55As and five (5) G6-42As. All of the machines are equipped with enclosed cabs for operator comfort and side tilt carriage for precision placement. For extra reliability, each of the machines has foam-filled tires with fenders to eliminate flats and prevent debris from blowing into the engine, and work lights to allow the job to continue after the sun has set.

JLG’s G10-55A (pictured), with a 10,000lbs. of capacity, provides big lifting power for big jobs. It has a maximum reach of 42’ and a maximum lift height of 55’. The G6-42A (rated capacity of 6,600lbs.) and the G9-43A (rated capacity of 9,000lbs.) with maximum lift height of 42’ and 43’ and maximum reach of 29’ and 30’ 6”, respectively, can land loads atop six sets of scaffold or a four-story building. Special features include three steering modes, a side mounted engine, and single joystick control for boom lift and crowd. 

“These telelscopic forklifts will enhance ALL’s ability to meet customer demand,” explained Michael L. Liptak, president of the ALL Family of Companies. The machines were purchased to replace older models that were recently sold to retail customers, and demonstrate ALL’s commitment to ensuring the newest models are available in the rental fleet. 

The new models will operate out of the branches local to Cleveland, but will be available as needed to both rental and retail customers throughout ALL’s geographic footprint.

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