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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2013
41 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2013 COMPANY PROFILE X COMPANY PROFILE The MLA Vulcan brings a new dimension to the efficient handling of laden ISO containers for up to five-high stacking in container terminals. With its ultra-wide mast, panoramic view to the load and elevated, superbly spacious and comfortable cabin, featuring large window areas for a high level of visibility and an intuitive and highly functional control layout, the operator’s working environment is like no other. Fitted with an advanced high-torque, fuel-efficient diesel engine and four- speed powershift automatic transmission, the powerful Vulcan gantry trucks are constructed to undertake sustained heavy- duty container handling tasks in their stride, year after year. Some state-of-the-art features on the Vulcan truck that make it one of the best yet are: • Safety: The truck features an ‘automatic park brake on’, which prevents the truck rolling while the operator is handling the container. • Performance: A powerful, low revving, high-torque engine matched with an electrically controlled four-speed transmission, and a multi-pump hydraulic system, which ensures a highly efficient use of energy for an extended working life. • Comfort: The Vulcan features a spacious, cushioned cab, comfort-class seat and intergrated pilot line control joystick to create an intuitive, fatigue-free working environment. For more information please contact MLA Holdings: 131 MLA, www.mlaholdings.com.au Contact MLA for Sales and Hire REACH STACKERS, FULL AND EMPTY CONTAINER HANDLERS, GENERAL CARGO HANDLERS Safety, performance, comfort 323915AE_MLA Holdings | 1880.indd 24 11/29/12 9:08 AM 1880_Future Freight 2013.indd 41 10/05/13 1:53 PM