May 21, 2024

Bobcat is showing the international construction community how it is accelerating towards a smarter, more sustainable and connected future with its innovative lineup for INTERMAT 2024. A diverse array of Bobcat construction, ground maintenance and material handling equipment is being displayed at the exhibition, which is being held at Paris-Nord Villepinte in France until 27 April.

Bobcat is using INTERMAT 2024 as a platform to debut several cutting-edge models, including its TL25.60e electric telehandler concept. It is also showcasing a range of other recently introduced product additions and innovations, including its M-Series S630 and S650 skid-steer loaders, PA12.7v compressor, hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) biofuel-compatible units, its updated range of rotary telehandlers for markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and collision warning and avoidance system.

The extensive exhibition lineup has been curated with a focus on safe, sustainable and cost-effective operations, with the aim of demonstrating how Bobcat innovations can help users accomplish more. Other product lines that are being displayed on the manufacturer’s INTERMAT 2024 stand (Hall 5b | Stand E127) include mini-excavators, skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders, backhoe loaders, compact wheel loaders, ground maintenance units, portable power models, material handling equipment and more.

Jan Moravec, Vice President of Product, Bobcat EMEA, said: “In line with Bobcat’s long-standing commitment to sustainable development, our team is continuing to develop products, attachments and services that exceed our customers’ expectations. The equipment we are showcasing at INTERMAT 2024 reflects our dedication to innovation, sustainability and customer-centricity, demonstrating that it is possible to shape a greener and more efficient future without compromising performance or productivity.”

Shining a spotlight on innovation
INTERMAT 2024 is providing the global launchpad for Bobcat’s TL25.60e electric telehandler concept. Powered by liquid-cooled batteries that can operate in a range of weather conditions, the zero-emission machine has a rated operating capacity (ROC) of 2.5 tonne, equal to that of the popular diesel-powered TL25.60 model.

With three separated electric motors designed to maximize efficiency, a hydrostatic transmission to boost performance, a top speed of 25 km/h and the same dimensions as its conventional counterpart, the TL25.60e also delivers low noise levels, minimal operating costs and impressive versatility, proving that industry-leading performance and environmentally friendly operations can go hand in hand.