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Ausa goes into the rough with redesigned forklift

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SPANISH manufacturer Ausa is to unveil a new generation of compact, rough-terrain forklifts at the Smopyc show next month.

The C150H features a new engine together with redesigned transmission, cab and counterweight.

The forklift incorporates a constant-engagement 4x4 drive with Ausa's patent Compen limited sliding differential system, which enables the truck to move more easily over rough terrain, according to the manufacturer.

The 150H's lifting functions are controlled by a joystick, allowing the operator to use the right hand for lifting and the left hand for steering.