Cat® Telehandlers are designed to meet the varying needs of the Australian construction and agricultural industries. Each Telehandler comes with a comprehensive range of standard features and optional equipment to extend the machine's scope for wider application use. If you're operating an earthmoving business in rural New South Wales or Western Australia, we recommend having a Cat Telehandler in your fleet. Ask about our 3510D, 357D and 408D models.
Orders will become available from June 2022. Stock available end of 2022.
Cat Telehandlers are precision engineered to handle a variety of construction and agriculture applications. Ease of use, maintenance and configurability are built into all Cat Telehandlers.
Benefits and features
Cat Telehandlers come with the choice of fuel efficient engines that can suit a variety of applications. The frame, boom and linkage is designed to be durable and ensure easier servicing and maintenance.
A variable displacement piston pump matched to a high performance flow sharing valve makes multi functioning easy. The load sensing system means excellent fuel economy, as the pump only works when required and saves on energy costs.
Why choose a telehandler over a forklift?
Telehandlers and forklifts are both designed to place and move loads, but they offer very different functionalities and capabilities.
A traditional forklift is more suited to moving small-to-medium loads within a tight indoor warehouse or factory environment, while a telehandler can move loads of all sizes and is better suited for construction and outdoor industries.
A telehandler can move loads forwards and backwards, without having to move its base. It can also be turned into a mini-crane with the right attachment. With it's larger wheelbase, the telehandler is also able to handle slippery and uneven surfaces, which a forklift cannot.
There isn't a material type that your telehandler can't lift without the right attachment, while a forklift is very limited.
If you're in construction, agriculture or any outdoor industry that requires material handling, a telehandler is an essential addition to your fleet.
Depending on the model, year of manufacture, hours and condition, a used telehandler can cost between $30,000 and $150,000. If you are interested in purchasing a used telehandler, contact our Used Team and they'll check our inventory. If we don't have one in stock, our team can attempt to source one for you based on your requirements and budget.