MORE MODELS plus a new transmission are the main points of the latest TH Series of telehandlers from New Holland.

The changes to its 6-9m capable telehandlers also introduces new nomenclature and livery, with the TH followed by numbering based on the key machine specifications for easy product identification.

The bright yellow of the new livery integrates the telehandler range into New Holland’s harvesting family. The cab interior has also been refreshed

There's now six models and 14 versions in the range, including the entry level 'S' version, available on the TH6.32 and TH7.32, which has a 133hp engine and simple spec'.

The 'Classic' is available on 6, 7 and 9m models, is aimed at small livestock farmers and farmyard use, but still has a limited-slip differential in the rear axle to increase the tractive effort in demanding conditions, variable displacement hydraulic pump and reversible cooling fan for high efficiency all-day-long.

The 'Plus' adds some comfort features, such as the air-suspension seat, telescopic steering column and HVAC system. A hydraulic quick coupler makes it easy and fast to change attachments, and rear cab lights enhance safe operation after dark.

The 'Elite' models have a more powerful 146 hp engine and additional advanced features, such as hydraulic pressure release, heated air-suspension seat with integrated controls, and rear cab and boom lights maximize productivity even when dark.

The new transmission has electronic modulation for better shifting and shuttling. The 4 by 3 version on S and Classic models has better third gear travel on slopes and second gear operation for silage work, while the 6x3 version on the Plus and Elite models has two forward/reverse shuttling modes. The Elite model also features an additional automatic gear shifting and shuttling mode, further enhancing performance in yard operations.