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Forestry

High up in the trees a Knikmops cannot offer help and the work is often manual, using small hand saws. But once the climber is back on the ground, the Knikmops can ease his work considerably. With its low ground weight, the Knikmops has minimal impact on the soil.  The articulated loader can lift many types of loads, relieving a worker of a great many tasks. Removing landscaping waste, lifting it into a compost bin, etc. This spares the worker’s back and their energy can be used when it is needed.

“David Bergen of tree care company Bergen together with his brother opted for a Knikmops because of its low ground weight, good service and economy of use. They were looking for a machine that could act as a large hand to lighten their work load. What made the difference however was the transportation aspect: the company often works at different sites, and they need to get their materials there on trailers by themselves. This made Knikmops the perfect candidate with its low unladen weight. Or in his own words, “The best machine we have ever bought.””

— David Bergen - Bergen Boomverzorging

“Geert Voets, managing director of landscaping firm Tuinmakers, decided to purchase a Knikmops after borrowing one from a colleague. He now says the articulated loader is the most used machine on the site. From supplying material to laying tiles and cleaning the site after completing the work, the Knikmops can do it all. The power of Knikmops, according to Geert, lies in the fact that the machine is easy to transport and has a high lifting force relative to its own weight.”

— Geert Voets - Tuinmakers

Forestry

High up in the trees a Knikmops cannot offer help and the work is often manual, using small hand saws. But once the climber is back on the ground, the Knikmops can ease his work considerably. With its low ground weight, the Knikmops has minimal impact on the soil.  The articulated loader can lift many types of loads, relieving a worker of a great many tasks. Removing landscaping waste, lifting it into a compost bin, etc. This spares the worker’s back and their energy can be used when it is needed.