Combilift C Series

2.5 - 3.0 tonnes

The C2500 – C3000 Compact Combilift range is available in both Diesel, Electric/ battery powered engines and LPG/Gas with a range of mast options with lift heights up to 6.3m and lift capacities up to 3000KGs.

The compact Combilift can work in guided aisles as narrow as 190cm and can be used in a variety of applications such as extrusion handlers, furniture, door and window manufacturers etc.

The Combilift has been made to handle long-loads safely by eliminating the need to travel with elevated long loads. This provides the unit greater stability, along with the integrated platform with a low centre of gravity also provides a more stable base.

It also has incredible patented, leading edge technology in the form of 4-way steering system which allows the units to travel sideways with long loads and gives the operator multi-directional capability. Leading to possible space savings of up to 100%

The Combilift is a great way to eliminate unnecessary handling of goods by being able to manoeuvre easily through smaller spaces such as doorways. This means that it’s easier to carry loads that are more narrow than the Combilift. This increases safer handling as it eliminates the need for oversized door ways etc. thus resulting in less product damage.

The Combilift allows for a more streamlined offloading and load handling in and around d the working area due to its ability to work inside and out. This eradicates double handling, increases operational speed and combined with ability to work in narrow aisles contributes to increased production.

To see our Combilift C Series C2500 – C3000 trucks, click here.

ModelLoad Capacity
C25002500 kg
C30003000 kg
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