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  • Clark manufactured the world's first forklift truck during 1917. Ever since, Clark has been a global leader in the supply and manufacture of forklifts. The company's technological advancements have time and again revolutionized the material handling industry in the globe. Now, Clark has made more than 1 million units. Different kinds of forklifts that range from 1500 to 8000 kilograms capacities are made by Clark. Lift trucks comprise diesel, gas and electric forklifts. Clark engineers lift trucks for indoor and outdoor use on semi-improved surfaces. Applications include manufacturing, warehousing, lumber handling and storage yards. Clark also manufactures electric reach models used for narrow aisles as well as electric tow tractors. Clark Electric Reach Trucks Clark electric reach trucks are designed with 100 percent AC technology for optimum performance and efficiency while enjoying reduced operating costs. Clark electric reach trucks have from 1000 - 2500 kilogram capacities. They are suitable for today's narrow aisle applications which require reliability and performance. Clark Internal Combustion Forklifts Ranging from 2000 to 8000 kilogram capacities are Clark's selection of gas and diesel forklifts. These kinds of trucks have durable pneumatic and cushion tire options. They are suitable for demanding manufacturing, warehousing, and materials handling environments. Clark Electric Forklifts In the demanding industry of manufacturing and distribution, the 100% AC, electric lift trucks made by Clark are really reliable. They are ergonomically designed for optimum operator comfort and safety. Clark "E-volution" Range The oldest name in forklifts is currently leading the way in an E-Volution of the forklift with really efficient electric models for a greener world. Clark Tow Tractor The Clark CTX40/70 electric tow tractor has a 4000 to 7000 kilogram nominal towing capacity. This model is efficient and dependable for moving multiple trailer loads. The Clark tow tractor is designed with a safe and comfortable operator's compartment. The tow tractor promises consistent dependability and durability. More

  • Hyster is one of the most thorough companies in the material handling industry, providing a responsive and comprehensive "after-sale" support. This support adds greatly to the value of your brand new Hyster forklift. Like for example, the North American Hyster dealer network is made up of more than 240 certified locations with an average of more than 32 years of experience within the industry. These dealers are meticulously selected, and the people they employ are their best asset. Hyster partners up with dealers which are willing to make really important investments in people, capital and infrastructure so as to remain your very first choice for material handling solutions. Hyster is committed to supplying you with the right machinery available. Furthermore, Hyster dealers are experts which can help you in selecting the best lift truck for your specific application. Additionally, the dealers understand your business firsthand. They also have many available financing plans to help you attain your objective. Hyster has a parts department which is efficient and dependable, enabling you to have ready access to UNISOURCE parts, convenient repairs, maintenance, skilled mechanics in addition to service and operator training. Fully equipped service vehicles can bring you responsive support really fast. These features truly help to keep your business up and running. Furthermore, there are roughly 14,000 rental units as well as 30,000 fleet contracts under management; thus, Hyster knows how to manage your fleet successfully at the most efficient operational costs. Unrivaled Heritage Hyster is continually developing innovative designs and products which has been leading the industry. The company now offers 130 or more forklift truck model offerings that come powered by either LPG, electric, gasoline or diesel. All these models range in capacity from 2,000 pounds to 115,000 pounds. This makes Hyster the only lift truck maker in the business to provide you total solutions to all of your material handling needs, regardless if you are order-picking, container handling, boxcar, indoor, narrow aisle and outdoor applications. If you require any type of customized attachments for your business or other type of specialized machine, Hyster's has Special Products Engineering Department or SPED available to meet your needs. Hyster also has a Warehouse Products group which can provide you with automated guidance vehicles tailored to your specific operational needs. Hyster also has available automated turret trucks. The Warehouse Products Group is really helpful for offering you consulting services. More

  • Fleet managers could plan for the unplanned, ramp up on overall productivity and safety measures and lessen expenses with several basic prescriptions. By keeping a track record of daily, weekly or monthly activities in the workplace, the fleet managers could come up with a reliable record of what stuff cost and how to take measures to keep their machinery working as efficiently as possible. This in turn, could potentially save a company thousands of dollars in one year. When hunting for improving efficiencies in any lift truck fleet, there are a variety of common suspects. Like for instance, factors like for instance truck abuse, aging equipment and under-used assets could all contribute and become vital sources of unanticipated maintenance expenses. Situations like excessive damage and breakdowns can clearly incur unnecessary and unanticipated expenses as well. Successful fleet maintenance can be defined as performing a quick response to unplanned events. It could also be defined as "uptime at any cost." This is easy to understand when you think about most fleet owner's core business comes from moving product in a way that is efficient and timely. They need to guage how many lift truck tires they go through each and every year and make sure they order accordingly. Clients could think about the potential benefits they will receive from having a strong partnership with a service provider. Like for instance, they will have the ability to share the use of technology required for data capture. As well, they could be a part of various preventative measures and stay at the forefront of safety. A company will look at the metrics involved in order to figure out the actual cost each hour. Another easy clue to determine overall expenses is the facility where the forklifts operate. A close look at the floor levels, which at first appear harmless, can show that premature tire failure is occurring at a high rate and numerous unnecessary costs are incurring. Shift overlap can be another instance of wasteful assumption. Like for instance, a client who runs 2 shifts, 5 days a week, may have thirty operators on every shift. Having a 2 hour overlap of 15 operators automatically would automatically require the company to have 45 lift trucks. If though, the company had no overlap in shifts, they could cut their amount of trucks by 15 trucks. In just one year, you can see a 10% to 20% or even 40% to 45% cost decreases. More

  • Lifts are work platforms which are utilized to lower and raise people, materials and tools for loading and work positioning. These types of equipment are commonly utilized in construction, automotive, telecommunications, power and electrical service, garage service, painting, manufacturing, wire and cable industries, and inventory management, along with various other uses. These machinery work to provide access to above ground areas safely and efficiently. Lifts may be actuated with ratcheting and foot pumping, electrical motors, screw drives, air motors, and pneumatic air cylinders. There are a range of particular types of lifts able to be broken down. These particular pieces of equipment can be compared by the items and materials which they have been designed to lift, their platform or deck style and their particular mounting style. Some of the common lift types consist of: pallet or fork lifts, personnel lifts, table lifts, truck lift gates, dock lifts and boom lifts. Table lifts and positioners are commonly utilized to position and raise work pieces for ergonomic access. In addition, they can also be used for loading or lifting materials and load positioning. Pallet lifts or forklifts are most often used to handle loads on pallets which are raised from to the floor to a position for storage height or utilized for working both loading or unloading. These lifts can comprise automated, motorized, walking and manual forklifts. Truck lift gates are especially engineered for loading trucks. Normally, they mount onto or near the bed or back of a truck and are often used for lifting cargo up to or above the bed surface. As the name implies, personnel lifts are engineered to lower and raise personnel to heights for working or storage activities. Typically, these equipment offer a lower maximum weight capacity than other kinds of lifts. These lifts are often ringed by safety supports and devices to protect the working operators, and individuals who are working on them. This classification comprises boom lifts which specialize in working in high areas such as ceiling welding and elevated wire repair and installation. Dock lifts are utilized to lower and raise workers and cargo in places like loading docks. More

  • In the past century, lift trucks became extremely popular with the advancement of technology. The volumes of goods handled by industries increased greatly and the need for materials to be transported grew quickly. When handled carefully and with the proper training, lift trucks provide an extremely effective and easy solution for moving huge amounts of goods or materials. Similar to most things, as time passed, lift trucks underwent many changes and improvements. Various types of attachments were created and various functions were implemented in order to allow the machinery to particularly deal with certain things. Nowadays it is possible to use your one lift truck to accomplish a huge variety of tasks due to the numerous types of available attachments. Nowadays, there is a huge range of different forklifts on the market. It is vital to select the best model for your particular working atmosphere in order to ensure safety and maximize productivity. One of the differentiations which does not precisely refer to the particular function but is still extremely vital when choosing a lift truck is its power source. Like for instance, it is vital to know whether or not you must be searching for diesel, gas, or battery-operated models. You may wonder why the fuel type is so important and how to know the best type for your application. Deciding upon what you want to use it for and where you are going to use the machine will help you know exactly the model you want. For example as diesel lift trucks create a huge amount of harmful emissions, even if they are really powerful equipment, they are not ideal to be utilized inside, but are great for yards and outdoor applications. The opposite is true for battery-operated trucks. These units are well-known for creating no emissions, making them the ideal alternative for indoor use such as inside warehouses. Petrol or gas forklifts fall in between these 2 classifications. They produce much less emissions compared to diesel trucks and could be safely utilized indoors if there is sufficient ventilation in place. These forklifts are a excellent alternative for moving products from indoors to outside or vice versa. Another important factor to consider is maintenance when choosing the best lift truck for your business. Just like any other gas equipment, the gas powered forklift would need some servicing from time to time. Diesel models also would need regular maintenance. The electric models require less maintenance but proper care must be taken in terms of handling and charging their batteries. More

  • Noble 4 Wheel Drive Lift Trucks provide supreme manufacturing quality, innovative engineering and excellent design. The company proudly provides the RT-Series Lift Trucks which have earned a great reputation. The RT is available in both 2WD and 4WD. These equipment have lifting capacities ranging of 5000, to 6000 pounds and up to 8000 pounds. Noble has kept the requirements of its many consumers at the forefront of their mind over the years. They have engineered the RT to be an exceptional quality lift truck. This model is equipped with a lot of necessities and features which are provided by major competitors for higher prices. Mast The mast could hydraulically tilt 45 degrees that allows for easy storage and transportation of the RT. The RT forklift by Noble can be equipped with a three stage or two stage side shifting mast. These masts have dual side chains and dual cylinders. The center cylinder has been eliminated and the carriage side chains and hoses really enhances the visibility of the operator through the mast, greatly increasing overall line of sight. Operator Compartment The operator's compartment is ergonomically engineered for the comfort of the driver. This cab has been engineered with the driver's needs in mind and enables easy access when entering and exiting the compartment. As well, engineers positioned the seat in a lower position. This design provides a much more comfortable ride, particularly in long-haul applications. There are optional factory installed cabs available that offer the driver with the ability to work in practically any environment and more protection. The important features added to the R-Series forklifts are enhanced floatation, remarkable traction and sufficient ground clearance. The side-shifting mast comes standard and in triple masts and the power shuttle transmissions are extremely productive. The center seat is set up particularly to guarantee optimum visibility. These equipment use powerful Perkins Tier II diesel engines. The one-piece optimum strength frame is made with ProEngineer software. The forklifts boast maximum lift heights ranging from 2 to 9 metres or 10 to 30 feet. The operator's compartment is really spacious and offers convenient controls that are ergonomically situated. The interior design of the driver's compartment is comfortable in order to make it easy to get the job at hand completed. These models have earned the reputation for providing easy transport, with 45 degree forward mast tilt great for trailering. More

  • Kalmar by Cargotec has numerous container handler or ship-to-shore solutions used in lots of global terminals and ports. They are the best in energy efficiency and automation in handling containers in numerous port locations. The sophisticated Kalmar automated stacking crane system increases the utilization rate of equipment whilst lessening overall operating expenses. MacGregor linkspans and Shore ramps allow for efficient unloading and loading practices of passengers and vehicles from ship to shore. Among Kalmar's port and terminal solutions consist of yard cranes, reach stackers, ship-to-shore cranes, straddle carriers and shuttle carriers, terminal tractors, water taxi floating terminals, shore ramps, mooring and auto-mooring solutions, RoRo pontoon linkspans, passenger gangways, floating car parks and equipment utilized for empty container handling. Solutions provided by Cargotec have greatly increased productivity in container handling by providing extreme value every day. Offering the best technology, the focus seems to be on a holistic view of cargo-handling functions along with continuous development. Kalmar guarantees its customers the best cost-over-lifetime. At the core of their business, Kalmar Cargotec offers its clients with good customer service with one of the largest reaching industry networks. They take pride in helping customers maximize their business efficiency in order to lengthen the life cycle of their machinery. The company's diverse array of services in port covers various areas like: rental and pre-owned machines, EcoService, maintenance, certifications and inspections, and training. To meet and exceed the needs of their many customers all-around the world, Cargotec commits and contributes to each and every stage during their process. If you require particular information about their port services, look into the marine services of the company. More

  • It is much more complex to operate a lift truck than to drive a vehicle. The forklift operator needs to receive special training and have the necessary skills to utilize a lift truck. A high level of attentiveness is required to operate a forklift. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reports that 85 people die in forklift-related mishaps every year year. About 35,000 individuals are injured each and every year in mishaps related to lift trucks. Nearly 50% of operator deaths are caused by a lift truck tip over. Drivers have to be able to accurately estimate load weights to prevent the machinery from tipping over. The load weight in construction settings will often be posted on the load. If the load consists of cubes containing 90 concrete blocks and a concrete block weighs 16 kilograms, the whole weight of the load would be approximately 1,360 kilograms. If a load is wet, the driver must take additional weight into account. It is dangerous for operators to make poorly informed estimations regarding the actual weight of the load and whether the forklift can handle it. If an operator could not be sure regarding the weight of a load, he must request help from the supervisor. Another cause of tip overs is failure to pull up near enough to a building to place or lift a load utilizing an extended boom. It is vital to use the load chart to avoid tipping the forklift. Even when a lift truck does not actually tip over, a mishap has occurred when the back wheels come off the ground. This means the forklift limitations have been exceeded. Even though damage might not be obvious, the rear axle could have been broken upon hitting the ground. It is also possible for forklifts to tip even when not carrying a load. Unloaded forklifts could tip just after a driver has positioned a load on scaffolding utilizing an extended boom. If the driver reverses the forklift and turns abruptly whilst bringing the boom down, the forklift's center of gravity would be pushed to the edges and could result in a tip over. A driver must always use the joysticks to be able to retract and lower the fork. More


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