The WL110 is aimed at difficult material handling duties. Power comes from a 116kW diesel and it offers a tipping load of up to 7.7tonnes and a bucket capacity of 1.8m3. It suits duties for material handling in building and civil engineering, municipalities, or gravel plants, where gravel breakers must be loaded with large amounts of heavy gravel. Key features include higher tractive forces and travel speeds due to the innovative ecospeedPRO transmission. This variable hydrostatic transmission allows high speeds and high traction. The WL110 also has an articulated joint and an oscillating rear axle for versatility and allowing a tight turning circle.
Meanwhile, the WL34 model is said to provide users with an efficient machine capable of a wide range of work. The updated machine has an increased tipping load of up to 3tonnes. It also has a clearance height of under 2.2m for use in low height areas. Both models have roomy, ergonomic cabs and controls that are said to offer high comfort and ease of use.