New Holland to debut five small articulated loaders in 2024

A man operates a New Holland small articulated loader

Starting next year, New Holland Construction will introduce a new equipment category in its product portfolio with the introduction of five small articulated loaders. 

This new line includes the ML12, ML12T, ML15, ML22X and ML23. 

These small frame machines increase operator productivity with impressive lifting capacity and tipping load features, respective to each machine. 

The ML small articulated loader series is suitable for a variety of landscaping and light construction jobs, including snow and debris removal on sidewalks, contract tree care projects, landscape maintenance and work on jobsites with sensitive surfaces. 

“These new small articulated loaders are the embodiment of New Holland Construction’s commitment to innovation and excellence,” said Daniel Kakareka, Product Manager for New Holland Construction North America.

“They’re designed to empower our customers to accomplish more in confined spaces, with increased productivity and precision. Truly, refining the way we approach landscaping and light construction tasks.”


The ML12 model showcases a lifting capacity of 1,100 kg, tipping load capacity of 1,000 kg and lifting height of 2.17 metres. The 25-horsepower machine boasts an 1,100 kg operating weight, allowing for minimal ground disturbance when turning or hauling on soft ground. With a narrow width of 92 cm, the ML12 model is suitable for landscapers focused on clearing sidewalks or fenced-in areas with limited space. 

The ML12 model also includes an electro-hydraulic controlled differential, hydrostatic 4-wheel drive, standard lift path and CII mechanical attachment coupler.

 ML12T telescopic

With the same horsepower and width as the ML12 model, the ML12T model excels with its telescopic reach arm loader and lifting height of 2.82 metres. This extended lift allows operators to load and unload materials from large trucks, while the extended reach provides more flexibility for dumping, levelling or grading tasks. 

The 2.82 metres lift height, multiple tipping load paths of up to 749 kg and an 1,100 kg operating weight works well in light construction scenarios such as moving light debris and pallets. 


Delivering a 1,400 kg lifting capacity and 1,500 kg tipping load, the ML15 small articulated loader model can carry heavier materials than smaller models, including steel, lumber and concrete. 

The small articulated loader can tackle a variety of landscaping jobs to remove fallen trees and haul gardening materials. The loader also features a 26-hp engine and 1,575-kg operating weight combined with a safety entry bar, non-suspension vinyl seat, armrests and exterior mirror. 


The ML22X model is New Holland Construction’s first electric-powered small articulated loader. When fully charged, the 24.9-kilowatt lithium-ion battery powers the machine for five to six hours, depending on the task. 

Multiple charging options are available to meet the various needs of operators. The on-board charger fully charges the battery from 0 to 100 per cent in under nine hours, while the fast-charge connector provides a full charge in less than two hours. The lifting capacity of 2,200 kg, tipping load of 2,053 kg and lifting height of 245 cm ensures smooth and strong loading, moving and hauling capabilities. 


The fifth model to join New Holland Construction’s small articulated loader line is the ML23 model. This loader showcases a 245-cm lifting height, 2,260-kg tipping load and 2,204-kg lifting capacity, providing the most power and reach in the new loader line. 

Equipped with a 26-hp engine, the ML23 can travel at a maximum speed of 20 km per hour, the fastest of all the New Holland Construction small articulated loader models.  

“All five of these models mark a significant milestone in our journey of delivering exceptional landscaping and construction equipment,” Kakareka said.

 “The machines exemplify our drive for ultimate efficiency and versatility to provide our customers with the tools they need to excel in their work.”