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New Holland trying its hand at small articulated loaders

October 31, 2023  By Rock to Road Staff

NEW HOLLAND, Pa. — A new player is coming to the small articulated loader space in 2024.

New Holland Construction has decided to diversify its product portfolio by adding a new category to its lineup. The company announced five new models of small articulated loaders coming next year.

The five models will be called the ML12, ML12T, ML15, ML22X and ML23 and will be used primarily for light construction, hauling and maintenance jobs.

Daniel Kakareka, product manager for New Holland Construction North America, says the loaders were designed to help users manage smaller spaces with greater ease.


“These new small articulated loaders are the embodiment of New Holland Construction’s commitment to innovation and excellence,” he said. “They’re designed to empower our customers to accomplish more in confined spaces, with increased productivity and precision. Truly, refining the way we approach landscaping and light construction tasks.”

The ML12 model and ML12 model both have 25-horsepower with a lifting height of 85.4 inches and 111 inches respectively.

The ML15 small articulated loader model has the ability to carry heavier materials than smaller models, displaying a 3,086-pound lifting capacity and 3,307-pound tipping load.

The ML22X model is an electric-powered small articulated loader. When fully charged, the 24.9-kilowatt lithium-ion battery powers the machine for 5-6 hours, depending on the task. The company says the lifting capacity of 4,850 pounds, tipping load of 4,528 pounds and lifting height of 96.5 inches ensures smooth and strong loading, moving and hauling capabilities for the operator.

The ML23 model showcases a 96.5-inch lifting height, 4,982-pound tipping load and 4,850-pound lifting capacity, and exhibits 26-horsepower.

“All five of these models mark a significant milestone in our journey of delivering exceptional landscaping and construction equipment,” Kakareka says. “The machines exemplify our drive for ultimate efficiency and versatility to provide our customers with the tools they need to excel in their work.”

More information can be found on the New Holland website.

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