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The entire range focuses on innovative technology, strength, safety and ease of use. The new models are equipped with Stage V engines, 360° cushioned cab, new interiors and increasingly intuitive and functional controls.
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Forestry work in the Austrian state of Carinthia is being completed by a Pegasus telehandler, chosen for its optimal combination of size, power, reach and lifting capacity.
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Thanks to our Finnish dealer Tomas Kjellman, we meet up with Samuel Ingves, a bull breeder who tells us why his Dieci agricultural telehandlers have become irreplaceable company assets.
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Australia is the country in which the disastrous effects of climate change, in the past year, have been felt in a more evident way: while the northern states have been submerged by torrential rains, those in the south, and especially the New South Wales, suffered a long period of drought that almost wiped out water resources, bringing the region's agriculture to its knees.