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Multihog Excels at Airport Stand Clearance in 2012

Joining airports such as Gatwick, Dublin, Birmingham, Liège, Bristol and the TNT Global Hub in Belgium, even more airports have made Multihog their multifunctional vehicle of choice. Vancouver International Airport took delivery of 3 Multihog machines (pictured above) ahead of their 2012 winter season. Attachments delivered with the units include front-mounted combi brush ploughs and de-icing sprayers for winter services. The airport also took delivery of rotary grass mower attachments to maximize the Multihog's all-season use once the winter season is over.

The 14 Multihog units at Gatwick airport have just completed a second winter season and the fleet's operation remains impressive for David Charman, who says "The Multihogs have all performed very well, they have been operating 24hrs a day for four consecutive days now and we still have all machines available and working. The de-icing capability especially has been very useful de-icing the head of stand areas where larger machines cannot gain access."

Bristol Airport's two Multihog units have also just finished their second winter season and have been equally essential in clearing stands during spates of severe weather. Steve Webb, Head of Motor Transport confirms "We have been incredibly busy with the recent snow event but the Multihogs have worked really well and everyone is impressed with their operational abilities."

Source: Multihog