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Mantsinen sets new standards
(Posted on 11/03/19)
While trends on the market tends to be “go big or go home”, the Finland-based material handling machine manufacturer Mantsinen Group Ltd Oy swimming against the tide. Mantsinen has already launched the world’s largest material handling machine Mantsinen 300 two years ago and paved the way for evolution on the market. Mantsinen is well known for “from bigger to smaller” approach for their large-scale large-capacity machines and the Mantsinen 60 will forge ahead with the approach by setting new lifetime expectancy for material handling machines in 60-70 t category.
“We have an outstanding offering for large-capacity machines, and now we are aiming to offer our clients something more targeted and tailored for especially round-wood and scrap handling,” said Tapio Pirinen, Vice President for Mantsinen Material Handling Machinery.
“Indeed, nowadays more is not necessarily more in material handling, but the key factor seems to be the combination of optimal features for the task at hand and long lifetime expectancy for the machine. The Mantsinen 60 carries all the operation-proven Mantsinen qualities in a condensed package. Combining agility, intelligence and strength, the Mantsinen 60 also comes equipped with the Mantsinen Telematics Systems (MTS) as standard, and it is optimized for mid-scale material handling. We want to offer operation-specific solutions for our customers, Mr. Pirinen describes.
For Mantsinen the main advantage compared to their competitors is the strong experience in hands-on material handling. That gives the company a head start in both machine and attachment R&D and consulting sales. It can’t be denied, that an industry-specific practical know-how is a great asset in our line of business. For example, when it comes to round-wood, through our own Logistics Services – business unit, the company possess in-house experience of handling over 500 000 000m3 over the years which creates unbeatable foundation to our proposals. We know exactly which specific demands and challenges our clients face, and we can offer solutions to their challenges,” Tapio Pirinen concludes. The new Mantsinen 60 can be seen live in Bauma 2019 in Munich from 8th to 14th April.
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