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In the automotive industry, when transporting pre-production vehicles – also known as prototypes – in house, the focus is on two aspects: Camouflage and security. The FTP 32, a new design of vehicle transporter from Fulda-based special vehicle manufacturer Hubtex, fulfils these requirements within
HUBTEX Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG from Fulda is expanding its presence in the USA. As of January 2021, the German lift truck manufacturer has acquired a 50% stake in the exclusive distributor Design Storage & Handling (DSH). In doing so, the company is continuing its international growth strategy
The handling of long, heavy and bulky loads is the core expertise of HUBTEX Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG. For at the beginning of 2020, the company is planning to launch for the first time an Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) specially designed for handling long goods.
Hubtex will be presenting numerous vehicles for handling long goods and heavy and bulky loads in 2020. In addition to the expanded PhoeniX modular system, the manufacturer is currently showing its new RoxX heavy-duty compact forklift. This marks Hubtex's return to the market for compact forklifts
In 2019, Fulda-based company Hubtex won the international FLTA Award 2019 in the category "Ergonomics" with its MaxX electric multidirectional sideloader. The award is presented annually by the British Fork Lift Truck Association in Telford (UK). In addition, the MaxX also received the “Best in
Hubtex has again invested in the expansion of its corporate headquarters at Industriepark West in Fulda: In addition to its recently constructed production building, the leading international manufacturer of custom-built forklift trucks, sideloaders and special-purpose vehicles has now built a new
The PhoeniX is the top energy saver among electric multidirectional sideloaders thanks to its electric steering. Hubtex is the first manufacturer worldwide to offer this energy-saving electric steering system as standard in all multi-directional forklifts from the new PhoeniX modular system with a
Due to the dynamic development in the spread of the corona virus, Hubtex will not participate in the logistics trade fair LogiMAT 2020 in Stuttgart and will now present its new products online. The health of our customers, employees, and guests is a top priority for Hubtex", explains Hubtex Managing
Frontlifts are often the vehicle of choice when handling heavy loads, but when used in tight spaces, they quickly come up short. Providing a robust and manoeuvrable solution to this challenge is the RoxX, a line of heavy-duty compact frontlifts supplied by Hubtex.
The handling of timber materials poses major challenges for manufacturers of forklifts and industrial trucks. Innovative solutions are required to ensure the safe transport of long, heavy and bulky goods, especially on uneven surfaces and in tight aisles. Hubtex has expanded the field of application
As global air traffic continues to increase, so too does the need for aircraft. In the field of aircraft construction and maintenance, there is a high level of demand for smart solutions that ensure efficient work processes and thus help to reduce production and maintenance costs. This is where
With big steps towards the future - Hubtex is presenting two new vehicle series with Industry 4.0 features for step-by-step automation online in spring 2020. The leading manufacturer of custom-built industrial trucks and sideloaders has revised its PhoeniX modular system: In addition to the electric
The re-designed DQ 45-X multidirectional sideloader from Hubtex is particularly low in emissions and noise. The core component is the low-noise, low-emissions turbo engine, which maintains impressively low energy consumption thanks to an intelligent vehicle control system. With its all-wheel drive
25 years of success in the Australian market with the highest market share globally: These accolades, which help distinguish HUBTEX Australia, can now be joined by another. With effect from September, HUBTEX Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG from Fulda, Germany will acquire 100 percent of the shares held