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Genie® ZX™-135/70 Articulating Boom Lift Offers Significant Redesign and Improvements

One of the best Genie® products just got better with the introduction today of the new Genie® ZX™-135/70 articulating boom. The 135 ft (41 m) boom has been significantly redesigned, with important improvements in reliability, performance, operator features and serviceability. The Genie ZX-135/70 is already in production and available for purchase in all worldwide markets. […]

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Genie® Telehandler Family Expands with New GTH™-1544 Prototype

Genie has broadened its family of telehandlers with the new Genie® GTH™-1544 prototype. The new 15,000 lb (6,804 kg) capacity model is the largest Genie telehandler of the product line to be announced and offers qualities owners and end users will value through outstanding reliability, durability, performance and operator comfort. Production will begin in the […]

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New Genie Z-45/25 Rough Terrain Boom Offers Enhanced Performance and Lower Cost of Ownership

Genie introduces the next generation of the Genie® Z™-45/25 rough terrain articulating boom lift. The redesigned 45 foot boom combines the latest performance technology with new service features to further enhance the most popular member of the Genie boom family. The new Z-45/25 RT is currently in production and available to the ANSI market. The […]

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Genie 8K Telehandler

Genie’s 8,000-pound capacity telehandler, the GTH-844B will replace the existing GTH-844 model and will be in production in the fourth quarter of 2012. The GTH-844B telehandler has a maximum lift height of 44 ft (13.4 m), with a maximum reach of 28 ft (8.5 m) and a gross lifting capacity of 8,000 lbs (3628.7 kg). […]

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