Adcock Equipment adds Xtreme XR7038 to fleet

By Lindsey Anderson17 February 2022

The Xtreme XR7038 is North America’s highest-capacity telehandler, it will be used for mining applications in Canada.

Canadian mobile elevating work platform and telehandler dealer, Adcock Equipment, placed an order for an Xtreme XR7038 at World of Concrete 2022.

Clark and Matt Adcock with the Xtreme XR7038 ordered by Adcock Equipment.

Ordered via Ahern Canada, an official Xtreme Manufacturing distributor, this is the first Xtreme XR7038 telehandler for Adcock Equipment. The telehandler, which is due for delivery in Spring 2022, will be delivered by Adcock Equipment to a large mining contractor, who will use it with a custom attachment for moving and dumping rocks. The Xtreme XR7038 is North America’s highest-capacity telehandler.

(L-R) Tom Bell of Ahern Canada with Clark Adcock and Matt Adcock in front of their Xtreme XR7038 chassis.

The XR7038 is capable of lifting loads up to 70,000 pounds (31,751kg), has a max. lift height of up to 38 feet, 2 inches (11.6m) and a forward reach up to 22 feet (6.7m). Weighing 115,000 pounds (52,163kg), the Xtreme XR7038 is powered by a Cummins 9L 300hp Tier 4 Final engine.

The order for the Xtreme XR7038 was placed with Ahern Canada sales representative, Tom Bell. During the visit to Las Vegas for the show, the Adcock Equipment team visited the Xtreme Manufacturing headquarters and production facility in Henderson, NV, where they saw their new machine at the first stages of the assembly process.

Adcock Equipment, Inc. is a family-owned business which started out as a pre-owned equipment dealer in Western Canada. The company operates two branches, one serving Edmonton, Alberta and surrounding areas, and one in Langley, BC, serving greater Vancouver.

John Adcock, president, Adcock Equipment, said, “Over the past four years we have worked incredibly hard to become a leading provider of telehandler and AWP solutions for Western Canada. Between Snorkel and Xtreme we have a wide range of equipment that we can customize to help solve our clients most complex access challenges.”

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