- n. A vehicle with a telescopically extensible boom, which can be fitted with various lifting or manipulative devices such as pallet forks or grab.
- tele- + handler (Wiktionary)
“REASON: The pair are trapped under rocks in a cherry picker or telehandler (ph) like this one.”
“Replacement of aged equipment in North America, economic growth and increased product adoption in emerging markets as well as military telehandler demand drove higher sales of new equipment in the first quarter of fiscal 2011 compared to the prior year quarter.”
“We're building a farm around Chicago right now, I will check on Monday to see if they are looking for any summer help ... it will probably just be a straight labor job unless you can run equipment like a telehandler, excavator or bobcat.”
“Cavanagh Kelly is in talks with potential purchasers for Redrock's telehandler division.”
“The timber grappler (pictured) is designed for use with a telehandler, tractor loader or, if required, from a three point linkage.”
“In standard form, the Bale Cutter mounts on a tractor's three-point linkage but an optional Euro interface makes it suitable for use with a loader or telehandler.”
“JCB is now the world leader in telehandler sales and the Loadall's success on farms (as well as for construction and industrial work) helped maintain the company's position in the agricultural machinery market.”
“Different mounts are available for each spreader, meaning you can tow the unit behind your truck, mounted on a telehandler or on the back of a tractor.”
“Lantra rough terrain telehandler forklift course through the Aspire centre on campus.”
“Rental customers are aging their fleets and deferring the purchase of new aerial and telehandler products.”
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