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Year of Make: 2004
Year of Make: 1991
Forklift Print Close Make: Hubtex Model: VD 30 Year: 1991 Load capacity [kg]: 3000 Type: side loader working hours: 4614 Available: Tires: solid rubber Chassis no .: 46997 front: Engine type: Electric back: Transmission: Mast type: Triplex Length [mm] : 0 Lifting height [mm]: 4600 width: 0 height [mm]: 2270 weight [kg]: 0 Free lift [mm]: 0 Tech. Condition: good Battery: 72 V, 620 AH of Deta, good condition Opt state:. Normal Forks: 1250 Fork carriage: Additional equipment: Remarks: Upon delivery the stacker workshop reconditioned, UVV-tested and receives a log book. On request (surcharge) of the truck is also often repainted. Commission Number: 977 Price (. EUR plus VAT): 19.500 Subject to prior sale company Friedrich Alff Phone: + 49 / (0) 6561-945090 / + 49 / (0) 171-8549040 Helmut Alff Fax: + 49 / (0) 6561- 9450999 to runway 4 email@example.com 54634 Bitburg http://www.alff-bitburg.de Helmut Alff DE149616512 HRA Wittlich
Year of Make: 2008
Germany | Friedberg
Year of Make: 2000
Charger external Voltage transformer Easy-to-use hydraulic integrated tine adjuster without side feed Full cab Heating bandage 1 x front working head Table width: 2100 mm Driver's seat Standard (synthetic leather) Single pedal operation Motec camera, Sick scanner, Width with PSA 4020
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The German company HUBTEX is one of the world’s leading producers of materials-handling technology and logistics solutions.
In 1981, HUBTEX was founded in the German city of Fulda. The focus was set on vehicles for the textile industry, like vehicles for the transport of batches or carpet paternosters. The company’s name is composed of the German words “Hub” (“lift”) and “Textil” (“textile”). Also in 1981, the subsidiary HUBTEX of North America was founded. One year later HUBTEX moved from the Fulda district of Petersberg to the newly constructed headquarters in Fulda-West. In 1983 the European Council for Nuclear Research CERN in Geneva ordered an assembly machine for superconducting magnets weighing 8 tons from HUBTEX. In 1990 the Design Storage & Handling, Inc. in Fredericksburg, VA was founded by HUBTEX and the fork lift truck seller Rob Alling. Today, the Design Storage & Handling, Inc. is one of the leading companies for importing quality machinery into the USA and Canada. In 1992 HUBTEX introduced the joystick for proportionally controlled lift mast movements. In 1999 HUBTEX produced a transportation device for Skoda that was able to lift tools weighing 63 tons. Investments and acquisitions in the 2000s lead to the growth of HUBTEX. Between 1996 and 2012 the sales companies in France, England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Hungary and Brazil were founded. HUBTEX has about 250 employers.
HUBTEX produces customized vehicles for the transport of heavy goods, like side loaders, highlifters and heavy-duty transporters. There are more than 60 vehicles in the portfolio of HUBTEX.