Telescopic forklifts resemble cranes that extend upward and forward from the main body of the machine.
The lift is based toward the rear of the machine, counterbalancing the reach of the boom from the front of the forklift.
Attachments can be fitted to the end of the boom, making it ideal for moving loads between, or to and from, places that a conventional forklift cannot reach.
Telescopic forklifts are a more time efficient and less costly alternative to a crane, facilitating the transportation of loads from places such as trucks to rooftops.
Typically they are Diesel, 4WD, and rough terrain.