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Pallet Jack/Trucks Comparison: Manual VS Battery Electric

June 20, 2019
Filed under: Forklift Reviews

A common question warehouse owners and operators must consider is whether to utilise manual or battery electric pallet jacks/trucks.

This week’s blog highlights the key consideration that need to be taken into account when choosing which type of pallet jack/truck is best suited to an application, whilst also comparing the specific pros and cons of both unit types.
pallet jack/truck types manual, semi-electric & electric

Forklift Safety Tag Lockout Procedures

May 15, 2019
Filed under: Safety

All forklift and unit breakdowns must be assessed, diagnosed and repaired by a qualified technician with specialist knowledge of the unit.

An imperative but often overlooked part of the forklift breakdown repair procedure is the safety tag lockout procedure.

This blog answers common questions regarding lockout procedures and why they are vitally important.
forklift safety danger lockout tag

Importance of Properly Lubricating Your Forklift

May 01, 2019
Filed under: Forklift Maintenance & Upkeep

Similar to how joint fluid allows humans to seamlessly and painlessly bend at joints such as elbows and knees, it is imperative that all moving mechanical parts of a forklift are greased regularly.

To gain maximum benefits it is essential to utilise a high quality grease rather than an oil to lubricate your forklift. Grease performs the same function as oil, however is thicker and longer lasting.

forklift lubrication grease

Benefits of Short Term Forklift Rental

March 29, 2019
Filed under: Forklift Rental

With a greater demand for flexibility businesses are increasingly seeking to utilise short-term rental (STR) forklifts to fill any gaps in their MHE fleet.

This week’s blog looks at reasons why businesses should consider STR forklifts and how businesses can benefits from STR agreements.
short term forklift rental

Forklift Safety: Tripping Hazards Beware

March 15, 2019
Filed under: Forklift Operators - Safety & Guides

A common source of injuries are tripping hazards, forklifts with their raised cabins, long tynes and cabin equipment present a number of trip hazards.

Tripping over or around a forklift can lead to serious injury or even death.

This blog outlines the most common trip hazards in a forklift; it also looks at safety measures that can be implemented to mitigate the hazards improving the overall safety for operators and those working in close vicinity to the forklift.
tripping over forklift tynes

Hyster Forklift’s and the Timber Industry

February 28, 2019
Filed under: Materials Handling

Hyster’s diverse range of forklifts cater to all materials handling requirements for timber businesses with small electric trucks for indoor warehousing and storage operations right up to rugged big trucks able to operate outside in timber yards no matter the weather conditions.

This blog explores reasons why Hyster forklifts are ideally suited for the timber industry.
Hyster forklifts timber yard

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