Boxer Equipment is an American manufacturer and marketer of compact utility loaders, mini skid steers, chippers and attachments. It is headquartered in Michigan.
Boxer’s fleet of utility loaders includes four distinct models. The Boxer 320 features a 20.5 hp Kohler Gas Engine, 493 kg tip capacity and 173 kg operation capacity with a 35 percent tip load. It also features an oil cooler to help regulate hydraulic heat generation, and a stand-on platform for better safety and comfort.
Similar to the 320 is the Boxer 322D, powered by a 22 hp Kubota Diesel Engine. It is slightly more robust with a 563 kg tip capacity and 197 kg operation capacity.
The Boxer 600HD is a larger and more powerful machine designed for tackling tough jobs. It boasts a 24.8 hp Kubota Diesel Engine, 695 kg tip capacity and 241 kg operation capacity. Other features include a dual hydrostatic operating system, piloted joystick controls, and rubber-isolated hydraulic components.
Boxer’s largest utility loader is the 700HDX, which has a 24.8 hp Kubota Diesel Engine, 915 kg tip capacity and 320 kg operation capacity. Its 110.5 cm width enables it to pass through a standard size gate.
According to Boxer, “the 700HDX features a unique hydraulically expandable undercarriage—from 89 cm to 111 cm—allowing the operator to retract the undercarriage for passages as narrow as 91 cm wide then expand for increased stability while in operation by simply pulling or pushing a control lever.”
In 2012 Boxer was acquired by Morbark, an American manufacturer of equipment for the forestry, recycling, sawmill, bio-energy, landscaping and irrigation sectors.