SENNEBOGEN was founded in 1952 with the aim of developing and producing machines for the agricultural industry. Over the decades, the company has established itself as a leading supplier of high-quality, end-to-end solutions in crane technology and material handling thanks to its comprehensive product lines. SENNEBOGEN develops and manufactures complete model series for duty cycle, crawler, telescopic and port cranes alongside material handlers and base carriers. In addition to offering flexible product ranges, it also designs custom specialist machines in close collaboration with its customers. To usher in the next generation of mobile material handlers, SENNEBOGEN is showcasing the latest addition to its current E series, the 735, on the open-air site at LIGNA 2019.
According to SENNEBOGEN, this pick-and-carry machine boasts compact dimensions, a robust design and outstanding fuel consumption levels. The 735E is equipped with a diesel engine that meets the Tier 4f emissions standard and a newly designed, robust mobile undercarriage, and offers exceptionally low fuel consumption levels, meaning it's set to meet the requirements of drivers and fleet managers alike. As a material handling machine for the timber industry, the SENNEBOGEN 735E feels most at home in the saw mill and on log sorting lines - where the strengths of its pick-and-carry concept really come to the fore. Whether logs need to be removed from a point along the sorting line, or selections of timber need to be sorted and adjusted for further processing - this machine is well equipped to take on a wide range of tasks. The 735 is equipped with a powerful, 224-kW diesel engine and two-stage all-wheel drive, and exhibits an equipment length of 11.3 m. It is now available to end customers via SENNEBOGEN’s network of sales partners.