If you want to make better use of your storage space, ensure safer and speedier handling procedures and boost productivity, then make sure you visit Stand N308, where forklifts and pallet stackers from specialist manufacturer Combilift will show you how to achieve this, whatever types of loads you deal with.
The Combilift Combi-WR pedestrian pallet truck and the Aisle-Master articulated exhibits are also available with cold store specifications enabling efficient performance in this harsh environment and optimum use of every inch of relatively expensive cold storage facilities.
The Combi-WR range and its multidirectional counterparts the Combi-WR4 models, with capacities starting from 1,450kg, were developed for customers needing a cost effective and smaller unit for handling lighter loads. Working in aisle-widths of just 2.1m pallet to pallet, they handle pallets as well as longer loads and offer a high level of operator comfort and safety when placing and picking in narrow aisles. The patented multi-position tiller allows push button rotation of the rear wheel parallel from the tiller to the chassis and back, enabling the operator to remain at the side of the truck rather than between the truck and racking, eliminating crush risk and improving forward visibility.
Aisle-Master articulated VNA forklifts can replace a combination of reach and counterbalance trucks, work inside and out and in aisle-widths of just 1.6m to offer higher levels of efficiency in and around the warehouse. Available with electric or LPG power, with capacities of up to 2.5 t and impressive lift heights of up to 15m, these versatile indoor/outdoor trucks save you time, money and ensure maximum pallet density.
MD Martin McVicar comments: “We continue to develop more models that are a neat fit with the demands of the food industry. Materials handling is a crucial issue for both large and smaller operations alike and we look forward to be able to bring visitors up to date on the latest developments and to help lift your handling and storage procedures to another level.”