From the compact Apollo to the heavy duty Hercules, the Dieci range of construction telehandlers features machines from 2.5 to 21 tonne with lift heights from 5.8 to 24.1 meters. The range also include the Pegasus 400o & 360o rotating telehandlers which can be used as a crane or EWP.
With a great range of attachments available including baskets, buckets, forks, grabs, jibs and hooks, these versatile machines can handle even the most complex construction jobs. So, whether it’s for the smallest yard or biggest construction site, there is a Dieci Telehandler that can do the job.
Dieci’s extensive range of Telehandlers are known for their quality Italian design and manufacturing which have been tailored to perfectly suit the Australian market. Throughout its more than 50 years in business, Dieci has focused on constantly researching innovative technologies in agricultural, industrial and construction sectors to produce machines that are innovative, operator focused and expertly designed. This quality focus is backed by providing excellent after-sales support and service.
Designed and manufactured in the same region of Italy as Ducati, Ferrari and Maserati, the Dieci range of telehandlers offer the Italian attention to detail and quality found in its famous manufacturing neighbours.
Dieci developed Europe’s first ever telescopic forklift in 1983 and since then have continued to be the innovators in the design and development of telehandlers to suit all applications.
There are over 100 different models of Dieci telehandlers produced in its ultra modern headquarters that covers a massive 120,000m2. In 2012 Dieci became part of an elite group of companies recognised for their quality standards obtaining ISO 9001.