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Currently viewing category: Materials Handling
Where standard counterbalance forklifts are not engineered to operate over rough terrain, the Agria all-terrain forklift is specifically engineered to operate in difficult conditions where rough terrain or limited access defeats other forklifts.
This week’s blog looks at the advantages Agria forklifts can offer to owners particularly in the mining, agriculture and construction industries.
Mobile gantry cranes are the ideal solution for lifting oversized or out of gauge loads, with high lifting capacities and small physical footprint they bring many advantages to owners and operators.
This week’s blog looks at the innovative Straddle Carrier the cost effective and flexible solution for transporting large oversized items and containers.
The straddle carrier range was developed as a cost effective and flexible solution for distribution, haulage and shipping companies, when compared to heavy duty forklifts and container handlers.
Adaptalift is committed to providing the latest innovative units to our customers, offering the full suite of Hyster products including units with specialist applications.
This blog post will look at the latest specialist application unit available, that has been specifically engineered and built for the paper and recycling industries.
Due to the expensive capital required to purchase a forklift, rental is becoming a preferred option for owner and/or operators looking to source new equipment.
This blog will provide a comparison between forklift ownership and fully maintained long-term rental (LTR); it will explain when each option is most beneficial along with the major advantages of each option.
In conjunction with Adaptalift’s specialist handling solutions blog back in November late last year, we discussed the benefits of flameproof and multi-load handling.
This blog will look at another specialist application in the supply of materials handling solutions, more specifically working in the cold storage industry.
Adaptalift Hyster prides itself on its ability to meet the most challenging customer materials handling requirements. This blog will look at some recent specialist solutions Adaptalift Hyster has been able to provide for customers.
Global warming and the environment continue to be a major cause of concern for the global population. As such, companies world-wide are developing new ways of conducting business with less impact on the environment. Globally corporate social responsibility (CSR) continues to grow. Hyster’s new 2.5XT diesel forklift adheres to the highest emission standards currently issued.
In the past couple of blog posts we have looked at the past and present of materials handling units. This final instalment will look at the future of materials handling units.
This material handling blog is a two part series exploring ‘the past’ history of the materials handling units, and making some observations fo current trends in materials handling units ‘the present’.