New Massey Ferguson MF TH telehandlers lift comfort and productivity to new levels

3 Aug , 2021  

Massey Ferguson has announced the introduction of the latest MF TH telehandler Series, which features a completely new cab plus other significant changes that further enhance comfort, operation and productivity.

Six models in the latest generation MF TH Series are designed to handle every job with ease. The line-up starts with the semi-compact MF TH 6030 and goes up to the latest MF TH.8043, which provides a maximum lift capacity of 4,300kg and height of 7.5m and can be equipped with a 3,500-litre capacity bucket.

Significant improvements to the hydrostatic transmission, which include a new operating mode, ensure the MF TH Series operate more smoothly to ease operation and increase productivity. Powerful and high flow hydraulics, equipped with proportional control, deliver optimum materials handling accuracy and productivity.

“MF TH Telehandlers already have a strong reputation for excellent performance, productivity, visibility and manoeuvrability. These new models now introduce the most exciting developments in 10 years’ of MF TH production. This is not just an upgrade – it is a breakthrough,” says Thierry Lhotte, Vice President & Managing Director Massey Ferguson, Europe & Middle East.

“The MF TH Series is completely transformed. Now equipped with a high comfort cab, this new generation delivers outstanding comfort and control, combined with smoother operation and additional automation” explains Mr Lhotte.

“The new MF TH range not only reflects the new Massey Ferguson design initiated on the MF 8S, but substantial changes to the cab enable operators to benefit from modern, advanced controls in a quiet, comfortable workplace. Our renowned MF Power Control lever, as used on all Massey Ferguson tractors, is now standard, providing excellent operation with the left hand,” adds Francesco Murro, Director Marketing Massey Ferguson EME.

As well as a new seat, there’s also a new joystick that offers effortless operation of the hydraulics and transmission, while a new colour display provides a range of operating information. 

Additional automation for the boom suspension, parking brake, boom height setting and third hydraulic function controls further ease operation. 

“High performance, combined with great comfort, make the MF TH Series a real operator’s machine,” explains Mr Murro.

All models are powered by advanced four-cylinder, Stage V engines, with power increasing to 135hp on the MF TH 6534, MF TH 7038 and MF TH 8043, while remaining at 100hp for the other models. Lift capacity and height specifications remain unchanged.