Here at RTC Plant Peterborough we are an official Bobcat Dealer, meaning we can offer the full range of Bobcat Construction Telehandlers delivered straight to your site.
High performance at maximum reach and height.
Bobcat has more than 50 years of experience in designing top-class compact equipment, so telehandlers fit perfectly in the company’s core business. With high stability, perfect balance, versatility, compactness, reliability and productivity… Bobcat Telehandlers offer high performance in tough conditions in
agriculture, construction, waste management and many industrial applications.
Useful function when the job has to be done on irregular terrain with slopes. By compensating for the slope, this feature keeps the machine in a horizontal position, resulting in greater stability.
Wireless remote control and man-platform ready
Optional man-platform and remote control predispositions will transform your telehandler into a plug & play solution for aerial works or precise lifting jobs, and without unreliable cable roller.
Smart Handling System (SHS)
This unique system adapts the machine to your work, combining productivity and accuracy. You set the speed of the telescopic arms (lifting, telescoping, tilting) with the + and – buttons on the joystick.
ECO mode maintains hydraulic performances without using the engine’s full power – so you reduce fuel consumption while working effectively. (Standard features available with Stage IV engine.)
In these unprecedented times the team at RTC are doing everything possible to protect the health and well-being of our valued employees, business partners and customers.
We will remain open for as long as is permitted to support your business.
Whilst remaining open, we will be operating a reduced structure in our parts, service and sales operation.
We are contactable by either phone or email but we would ask you not to call into the depot without prior arrangement, to help us to minimise any contact with our customers.
Thank you for you kind consideration in these difficult times.
Please stay safe – Tom Calton