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Forklift Buyers Guide: Part 2

September 25, 2012
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Forklift Buyers Guide: Part 2

For Part 2 of our buyers guide, we have listed several different types of forklifts and have application examples to highlight their best operational uses. We have provided links for further reading, in order to help inform you so that you are able to choose the best machinery for your individual business operation.

Forklift Buyers Guide: Part 1

September 13, 2012
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Forklift Buyers Guide: Part 1

For part 1 of our Forklift Buyers Guide, we’ve selected the most fundamental decision making aspects of buying a forklift that we are calling the “3 Golden Rules”. We consider these initial steps crucial in your purchase process, putting you on the right track in order to select the perfect forklift for your business.

10 Tips for Buying Big Forklift Trucks

August 16, 2012
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10 Tips for Buying Big Forklift Trucks

A lot of thought and research needs to be done when considering purchasing a big forklift truck. Big trucks are expensive equipment and are usually built to order; therefore it is important to have the correct knowledge of the different models and makes to correctly specify the requirements for your business before costly mistakes are made.

What is a Turret Truck (VNA)? Basics 101

March 06, 2012
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What is a Turret Truck (VNA)? Basics 101

A turret truck is specifically designed to do one task: operate in very narrow aisles. The turret truck is often abbreviated to VNA standing for very narrow aisle truck. 

Turret Trucks are a battery operated machine that uses both the electric engine, battery and operator compartment to counterweight heavy loads.

How to choose between a Reach Stacker and a Dedicated Container Handler

September 21, 2011
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How to choose between a Reach Stacker and a Dedicated Container Handler

Will a Reach Stacker or dedicated Container Handler work best in your operation? It can be tricky to decide, as both offer various benefits. In many cases, reach stackers enable increased container storage, but increased storage density can affect the accessibility or ‘selectivity’ of containers, which could then result in extra handling and reduced throughput of containers.

Forklift Terminology Part 4: Types of Forklifts & Tyres

December 25, 2010
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Forklift Terminology Part 4: Types of Forklifts & Tyres

A forklift is also known as a lift truck essentially because it’s a truck that can lift loads using a set of forks. A forklift can be used in numerous places such as warehouses, factories, farms, shipping yards and much more. There are many types of forklifts which can be called a variety of different names; in this case we will use the basic names of the forklifts when describing their capabilities.

Forklift Terminology Part 3: Stability & Manoeuvrability

December 12, 2010
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Forklift Terminology Part 3: Stability & Manoeuvrability

Thankyou to everyone for staying with us throughout the Forklift Terminology Serious so far, we are now over the half way point of the four part series after talking about basic forklift features in part1 and mast details & dimensions in part 2. Today we dive into specific terminology you will need to know about forklift stability & manoeuvrability.

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