Manitou Telehandlers for the Philippines Mining Industry

The Philippines is the fifth most mineralized country in the world, with the third-largest deposits of gold, fourth for copper, fifth for nickel and sixth for chromite. The country has 44 mining companies of which 37 are operating mines – six gold mines, three copper mines, and 28 nickel mines – as well as 65 non-metallic mining companies.

The mining companies said the production was affected by unscheduled maintenance of some mining equipment and accidents during operation. This hit against growth to the local mining industry in general and the Philippine economy in particular.

Nowadays the new technologies and innovations have provided by Manitou to ensure greater efficiency, improve safety, meet compliance mine requirements in the Philippines.


Essential for the productivity of your operations; the inspection and maintenance of your sites is a priority. The regular replacement of wheels, cylinders, engines, hydraulic pumps or track rollers through to the daily maintenance of buildings, you need multitasking equipment that can be used in all situations. The Manitou Mining MT-X, MHT-X telehandlers are manufactured in our production facilities in France and in Italy. They are fitted with dedicated mining equipment and facilitate your jobs in every kind of application inside the mine.

A complete range of tools adapted to industry and mining

Manitou telehandlers are truly adaptable tool carriers, as the specially designed attachments can easily be added depending on your needs. We have a range of Manitou approved attachments that are fully compatible with our machines.

Surface mining

Underground mining

Responding to the needs of the Philippines Mining Industry, Manitou telehandlers allow the Philippines to continue pursuing its mining potential to the fullest extent, for the betterment of the national economy.


Head Office: 3rd Floor P & J Building, Lot 32, Blk. 69 M. Roxas Street, Corner Bayani Road AFPOVAI Phase 4, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City

Tel: +63 (2) 776 0254 | Email:

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