Center Ride Pallet
These machines are extremely versatile and typically designed for indoor use. This truck is ideally suited for a variety of applications such as the food and beverage industry, general warehousing and storage, distribution centers and freezer applications. Center riders offer enhancements such as superior torque, enhanced speed capabilities, reliability, thermal performance and smoother acceleration.
The electric rider hand pallet truck helps you work smarter with exceptional maneuverability and features that let you move more loads with less effort. A versatile lift designed for indoor use, this lift is ideally suited for a wide variety of applications such as department stores, grocery stores, fresh fruits & vegetables, general warehousing & storage, and food and beverage industry.
These trucks have been engineered to take on the most demanding, heavy-duty applications in a multitude of operating conditions. The electric end riders are built to be some of the toughest machines in the industry. Designed for indoor use, this lift is ideally suited for a wide variety of applications such as department stores, grocery stores, produce, general warehousing & storage, bottled & canned soft drinks.
Narrow-aisle units work in aisles that are typically 8 to 9 1/2 feet wide. Most configurations are stand-up riders, which increases productivity and operator comfort because their jobs typically require them to get on and off the machines often. Most narrow-aisle units reach as high as 30 1/2 feet and are capable of taking full-capacity loads as much as 38 percent higher than a similar-sized counter-balanced lift truck.
An order picker is a machine that raises the operator into the air with the load, to place stock into or retrieve stock from racking. The operator drives the machine from a fenced in drivers platform and wears a safety harness to keep them from falling out. Order pickers are driven like a forklift at low levels with loads usually stacked onto a pallet. By parking parallel to the pallet racking, operators can raise the pallet and drivers platform into the air to load or unload goods into high level racking bays.