MMV Military Telehandlers

The Millennia Military Vehicle (MMV) entered production in 2001. Built to support the U.S. Marine Corps, the MMV reaches into trucks or shipping containers, lifts loads over obstacles, and picks up loads from both above and below grade. With its four-wheel drive, frame leveling, and its turbo-charged engine, the MMV is made to go through uneven rugged terrain, including snow, mud, sand, and water. The MMV provides three steering modes in order for you to maneuver in tight spaces: crab steer, 4-wheel, and 2-wheel. Used for relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina and the 2004 Asian Tsunami, and also used in combat operations such as Iraqi Freedom, more then 800 MMVs have been deployed by the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Army.