Fuchs receives design award and announces new dealer in Australia
Fuchs products are renowned for power and high quality with the company being at the forefront of efficiency, reliability and innovation within the material handling industry. The equipment range offers tailor-made solutions for all applications including waste, scrap, port and timber handling.
In 2017 Fuchs released the new F-series cabin and won the world-renowned iF design award. The Fuchs MHL390 F with its unique sliding door, skylight and downward-facing windshield won over the 58-member jury of independent experts from all over the world. The Fox Cab has been specifically designed for material handling machines and did not have to be subjected to any compromises as a result. This provides the operator with great benefits in terms of ergonomics.
As of 2017 Terex-Fuchs has appointed Onetrak as the official dealer for Fuchs Material Handling equipment in Australia.
“With Onetrak taking over distribution of the brand, Fuchs customers now have nation-wide support with a network of sales, service and parts departments all managed by one dealer Australia-wide. Through specialist product training led by Fuchs representatives from the factory in Germany Onetrak has upskilled all departments and we’re now ready to support the brand in Australia. We’re excited to now have Fuchs included in our product portfolio and look forward to working with all existing and future Fuchs owners” – David Hazell, Onetrak Managing Director.
In 12 years Onetrak has grown from a single construction equipment franchise in Brighton, Tasmania and extended its reach into the earthmoving, material handling, forestry and quarry & mining industries. Today Onetrak has a national network of outlets in Western Australia, Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and Tasmania. In addition to new and used machines sales, parts and service, Onetrak offers rental machines and attachments.
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