Lencrow Materials Handling has invested in two new FDC450S4 container handling forklifts for the Veolia waste management site at Clyde.
The two Terex container handling forklifts will be used to load 400,000 tonnes of waste annually for transporting back to the Woodlawn bio reactor site. The waste is placed in landfill cover and the gas is collected for use in electricity generation.
Lencrow has a long relationship with the Terex forklifts, a brand which was previously known as Fantuzzi. Lencrow’s first Fantuzzi machine purchased back in 1994 is still operational today at a transport yard in Sydney.
The Lencrow Group is also one of the sales and service dealers for Terex’s range of port products. Terex Port Equipment General Manager Michael Kidd expresses his confidence in Lencrow’s ability to provide both product advice to customers as well as after sales support.
The team at Lencrow has over 30 years of experience in materials handling equipment including reach stackers and container handling forklifts.
The two Terex container handling fork lifts supplied to the Veolia site suit the purpose-built 40’ containers. The units will be used in compaction as well as loading and unloading of railway cars.
Lencrow Managing Director Ross Grassick comments that they have always been impressed with the attention to detail in the Terex machines and have also found them to be very economic in their running costs.