New electric boom in LGMG display

LGMG - APEX LGMG’s stand at APEX 2023. (Photo: LGMG)

LGMG introduced a range of MEWPS at APEX, which took place is Maastricht last week.

With a key environmentally-friendly theme, LGMG displayed a variety of electric booms, including the lithium-battery powered telescopic lift, the T26JE, and the A13JE-Li articulating boom, as well as a new electric articulating boom lift, the A09JE.

T26JE features 4 wheel drive, 4 wheel steer and oscillating axles, allowing its wheels to grip the ground when driving on hard and uneven terrain. Its platform has a dual capacity design of 300/450kg to carry more materials.

Both the A09JE and A13JE-Li feature a compact tail swing and dimensions, enabling the machines easy access to tight and narrow spaces.

LGMG - APEX (Photo: LGMG).

In addition, LGMG’s latest vertical mast boom lift, the M0810JE, which features zero tail swing, compact design and a light weight, was also on the stand.

Meanwhile, LGMG’s mini electric scissor lifts were also on show. They have a short machine length and compact design, suited to the low level access market and restricted spaces.

The manufacturer was also reminding visitors of its most popular scissor lift, the high-powered rough terrain SR1623D. The electric SR1623E version of this lift was also a recent launch by the company.

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