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JCB’s 512-56 Loadall Named To Equipment Today Contractors’ Top 50 Products For 2012
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Equipment Today, the nationally recognized equipment magazine serving commercial construction contractors, has selected JCB’s 512-56 Loadall as one of the game‐changing new construction products of 2012.
JCB’s 512-56 was chosen as an award winner for the 2012 Contractors’ Top 50 New Products based on inquiries, page views and online voting by readers of Equipment Today, which reaches 77,000 construction equipment owners and end users, and visitors to ForConstructionPros.com, the construction industry's #1 web portal.
The 512-56 Loadall is the largest machine in the company's range of telescopic handlers. It can lift a maximum load of 12,000 lbs. with a maximum lift height of 56 ft. Its high-boom design ensures optimum operator visibility when working or traveling. Standard axle-mounted stabilizers provide efficient chassis leveling for lifting larger loads. The unit is now equipped with a high-torque, low-emission Ecomax diesel engine that is paired with a four-speed Powershift transmission. Features include heavy-duty axles with torque-proportioning differentials and a lower-mounted, spacious, ergonomically-designed cab.
“Contractors will find the Contractors' Top 50 New Products invaluable as they consider purchases necessitated by the obsolescence or aging of existing equipment,” asserted Becky Schultz, Equipment Today editor. “To compete for bids in today’s market, contractors need the types of performance and profit‐enhancing features these unique and innovative new products can offer.”
The editorial teams from Equipment Today and ForConstructionPros.com summed up product inquiries, web page views and online voting from products featured in Equipment Today over a 12‐month period.* The result is the 2012 Contractors’ Top 50 New Products, a listing of the industry’s foremost game changers. Additional information on award recipients can be found in the September issue of Equipment Today and in a special online section of ForConstructionPros.com.