Ten months after its „birth“ GHH´s latest LHD receives a remarkable acceptance in the market: A significant number of orders are in the books for the new LF-10 NEO, told the manufacturer. And there is more to come.
At 2.5 m, the loader offers the highest tipping height on the market, according to GHH. This means that every 30 ton dump truck currently available worldwide can be loaded in the field. The LF-10 NEO also offers the greatest operator ergonomics in the industry, with a large footbox, excellent visibility and superior comfort. The manufacturer attributes great importance to the human factor: a machine can only provide the prerequisites – its ultimate productivity is brought out by the performance of a satisfied operator in the cabin.
The NEO marks a turning point in the portfolio of the German manufacturer. Gradually, the other product lines are to be upgraded to the new performance standard. The LF-10 NEO made the start, as the class with a payload of 10 tonnes is said to be the most in demand in the industry worldwide. Some orders have already been delivered.
A considerable number of improvements, all of which can be measured in terms of increased performance and productivity, have gone into the NEO series, says GHH.
A lot of changes have also been made at the factory. For example, the improved models feature a more modular design. On the one hand, to be able to manufacture more cost-efficiently. On the other hand, the vehicles can now be assembled much faster at the site of operation if transport in one piece is not possible. Despite all the robustness and simplicity for maximum reliability and safety, telemetry solutions and technologies also go into the vehicles. For example, to be able to monitor the fleet remotely with the “GHH inSiTE” software. An important factor here is predictive maintenance in order to reduce costs for the customer.
We are not reinventing the wheel, told GHH, but the actions taken are so substantial that customers will receive a remarkable benefit when compared to what is currently in the market.