Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for MERLO Tractors, Telescopic Loaders.
The Italian manufacturer of lifting and small-sized equipment Merlo begins its history in 1911.
In 1960, a small metalworking workshop reached a new level of production.
Merlo S.p.A. was de facto founded in 1964. At the same time, in the city of Cuneo, a new plant assignment was built.
1966 marked the release of the first models: the DM mini-dumper and the DBM concrete mixer truck.
1970 - Merlo introduced the first CEM forklift truck equipped with a hydrostatic transmission and integral permanent drive.
Since the beginning of the 70s, the company has been actively expanding and optimizing production.
In 1977, the first assembly lines were launched.
The year of birth of the first telescopic loader is considered to be 1981. The telescopic loader model SM30 possessed the capabilities of its forked predecessor and the versatility of a telescopic crane.
1987 - Launch of the world's first telehandler with a low boom suspension at the rear of the chassis and a side-mounted engine.
The model was named PANORAMIC XS. Another difference was that at the time, the PANORAMIC XS was the only vehicle to provide full all-round visibility.
1991 - Merlo begins production of the new ROTO range of telescopes equipped with a swing arm. For the first time, these models allowed the operator to deliver the load to any point within the circular working area without moving the machine itself.
1996 - Merlo begins production of the Tubrofarmer series of agricultural loaders.
1998 - The P 26 line of compact models was developed, designed to work in various fields: from the construction industry and agriculture to caring for animals and trees.
1999 - the new EVS line of the ROTO series, capable of lifting loads to a height of 21 meters.
Merlo celebrates the turn of the century with the launch of the Multifarmer range
In 2002 Merlo enters the compact conveyor market.
Merlo is headquartered in San Defendente, Italy.