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  • The forklift manufacturer Manitex LiftKing is major North American producer of material handling products. Their complete lineup of equipment comprise: Transporters, RT Lift Trucks, Steel Mill Machines and Special Mission Oriented Vehicles which are really specific along with Carriers. Ever since 1968, the company has been operating out of Woodbridge, Toronto. At their headquarters, they have a group of over 100 employees dedicated to the engineering and making of their machinery. Through the years, the company has earned a positive reputation for providing excellent products. They have always met the price points, delivery, ergonomics and specifications within the Material Handling business. For more than 30 years, the corporation has been providing excellent machines to the marketplace. LiftKing Industries amalgamated with Manitex International, Inc. in November 2006. Manitex International, Inc. was previously known as Veri-Tek International Corp. They specialized mainly in engineering different lift machines. Manitex International, Inc. is currently traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker symbol "MNTX." LiftKing produces a lineup of rugged Telescopic Rough Terrain Forklifts, Straight Mast machinery and Trailer Mounted Rough Terrain Forklifts. These heavy industrial equipment machinery are typically used for military and commercial operations. They offer a complete line of special-purpose, innovative, all-terrain vehicles which are mission-oriented. These equipment offer unparalleled capabilities under the ATVking name brand. Manitex's range of lift equipment vary from 25 ton military lift trucks to 300 ton shipyard transporters to 5000 pound trailer mounted models. Every model delivers superbly and is reliable and efficient. Manitex LiftKing is a leader in the North American material handling business. They make a complete line of Specialized Carriers, Steel Mill Equipment products, a wide range of Rough Terrain or RT Forklifts as well as Highly Specialized Mission Oriented Vehicles. Manitex is as diversified like their customer base. There are more than 6000 Manitex LiftKing equipment currently in use all around the world. The corporation has a Dealer network of over 170 dealers that sell units everywhere around the globe. The extremely knowledgeable dealers specialize in minimizing any downtime and are able to help fix any issues. They want you get back to work as fast as possible and achieve your bottom line. More

  • With a few simple prescriptions, fleet managers could ramp up on safety measures and overall productivity and reduce costs and can plan for the unplanned. By keeping a track record of monthly, weekly or day by day activities in the workplace, the fleet managers would be able to come up with a reliable record of what stuff cost and how to take measures to keep their equipment working as effectively as possible. This in turn, can potentially save a company thousands of dollars in one year. When hunting for improving efficiencies in any lift truck fleet, there are a variety of usual suspects. For example, factors like for instance under-utilized assets, truck abuse and aging equipment could all contribute and become major sources of unexpected maintenance costs. Situations such as breakdowns and excessive damage could obviously incur unnecessary and unanticipated costs also. Successful fleet maintenance can be defined as executing a quick response to unexpected events. It can also be defined as "uptime at any cost." This is easy to understand when you think about the majority of fleet owner's core business comes from moving product in a timely and efficient way. They should guage how many lift truck tires they go through on an annual basis and make sure they order accordingly. The customer will normally benefit from having a good relationship with a service provider. For example, they will have the ability to share the use of technology required for data capture. Additionally, they could participate in various preventative measures and stay at the forefront of safety. In order to determine the actual cost each hour, a company looks at the metrics involved. The facility where the lift trucks operate could be one more easy clue to determining overall costs. A close look at the floor levels, that at first seem harmless, can show that premature tire failure is occurring at a high rate and numerous unnecessary costs are incurring. Another example of wasteful assumption could be shift overlap. A customer who runs 2 shifts, 5 days a week for instance, might have as many as 30 operators on every shift. Having a 2 hour overlap of 15 operators automatically will automatically require the company to have forty five lift trucks. If though, the company had no overlap in shifts, they can cut their amount of trucks by 15 trucks. In only one year, you can see a 10 to 20 percent or even 40% to 45% cost decreases. More

  • Hyundai Lifts Offering Economy, Reliability and Performance at a great price are Hyundai Forklifts. When choosing make a major investment for your company in the equipment department, you will not be upset with any kind of Hyundai Forklift. Hyundai Forklifts provide a complete range of high quality machinery. There is a type of equipment available for every purpose. The versatile Battery Electric 3 Wheel Machine, Ride-On Reach Trucks, or the Panograph Reach Trucks are great options. For those heavy industrial yards which prefer, there is the 16 ton Diesel equipment. This specific Hyundai Forklift has become a market leading machine. Regardless of what your business or personal requirements are, Hyundai could provide you with an excellent equipment for a great price. Making small, medium and large earth moving machines is Hyundai Heavy Industries. They also make oil rigs and ships. The company is also the basis for the fastest growing car manufacturer in the globe. Truly well-known in both the United States and Kentucky are Hyundai forklifts. They have the reputation of being the most reliable material handling equipment available. The corporation provides a complete series of heavy industrial machinery like cushion tire forklifts, electric forklifts, narrow aisle reach trucks and pneumatic tire forklifts. The extensive catalog of the company showcases the technological research of Hyundai and the numerous years of experience they bring to the industry with the design of every model. Setting the bar for material handling machinery features are the innovative safety features offered by Hyundai. They are renowned for ergonomics and increased operator comfort. Hyundai is really confident in the durability of its equipment. On all of their lift truck models, they offer a full 3-year, 4000 hour warranty. The company guides their performance and durability by applying a "no-nonsense" principle to all of their equipment. They purposely leave out unnecessary technical subtleties. Hyundai will use anything which increases the efficiency and safety of the machinery. All parts on the vehicles are made with the highest standards, and the durability which the company has become famous for. The forklift trucks include standard applied wet disk brakes. They guarantee safe control of these heavy duty machines. There is a kind of Hyundai forklift available for either or both your commercial and residential needs, whether or not you are buying a forklift for your house or business. Check out the various sizes and specialties online or stop by your local dealer to check them out first hand. More

  • The forklift or lift truck is a powered machine used most frequently for the lifting and transporting of goods and materials within industrial and warehouse environments. These kinds of machines are commonly utilized in the dockside, warehousing, mining and construction applications. Depending on their uses, the forklift could be referred to a lot of different names. A few different examples of these names include: fork trucks, trailer loaders, stacker trucks and lift trucks. These equipment are utilized throughout the world, mainly within the warehousing and manufacturing industry. During the mid 19th century and the start of the 20th century, the very first forklifts made their debut during the building of the Pennsylvania railroad during 1906. At that time, platform trucks were introduced to help in the transportation of products. These first platform trucks were battery powered. The trucks regained their popularity in the First World War when extreme shortage of labor occurred due to all the enlisted men. This is when forklifts truly arrived on the market to stay. For forklifts, there are basically 2 kinds: ones that handle light cargo and the ones which deal with heavier loads. Lighter units will consist of: side loaders, towing tractors, walkie starters and hand pallet trucks. These machinery are built for handling lighter loads and they are not ideal for very heavy cargo. The equipment's specific load capacity is posted in the owner's manual and on the machine itself. Several examples of the big truck types consist of: telescopic handlers, walkie order picking trucks and truck mounted forklifts. On the market these days, there are numerous kinds of forklifts available. Each can provide different load capacities. The majority of the time in warehouse applications, the lighter units is used. Bigger models are normally seen in the shipping business. Some models have a tilting mast to make the load bend so as to counteract any slipping. The majority of forklift models with have rear steering wheels because this particular design aspect helps to increase the maneuverability of the equipment. Additionally, this steering manner comes in really helpful when operating around corners. These kinds of machines can be unstable because of their changing centers of gravity. It is a very wise idea to avoid negotiating sharp corners. Yet another kind includes specialized forklifts. These machinery would include articulated counterbalance trucks and explosion proof trucks. The explosion proof trucks are utilized within settings and factories which deal with flammable supplies. More

  • Walter Sellick began building his company after a lengthy association with a dealer of Ford Tractors. He began by modifying an industrial tractor provided by Ford Tractor. He modified it into a 6000 pound forklift that could be utilized outdoors. What is presently regarded as the turn-around tractor series consists of a counterweight design and basic sub-frame and a mast. The heavy duty lifts have changed in their construction and design. During 1975, an integral one-piece frame concept was introduced across all model lines. The standard Ford Tractor power train became retrained as the basic power module for most models. The market was for Sellick straight mast rough terrain lift trucks were well established. The state of the art technology combined with the new design paved the way to vastly increased sales in the beginning of the 1980s. Another new part was added to all equipments in 1987. Featured in this series was the Continental, Ford and Perkins engine options that came with shift-on-the-go transmissions. Additionally, the low profile SD Series and the SG Series along with the See Thru roller masts became available in the market. The introduction of the 12,000 pound SD Series in the late 1990s along with the optional fully automatic Power-shift transmission featured the technology for the new millennium. The TMF-55 Truck Mounted Forklift was launched during the year 1995. This machinery features 5500 pound capacity. This specific unit is powered by a choice of Deutz or Perkins diesel engine. This particular design greatly maximizes the complete delivery system-trailer, driver and truck and really reduces turn-around time to a minimum. The TMF-55 loads itself on the back of a trailer or a truck easily. This design eliminates the need for towing a trailer and saves huge cargo space. In 2002, Sellick Equipment Limited became North America's only distributer of the JCB Teletruck. This flexible reach industrial lift truck helps to fill out the material handling products selection. It provides a unique forward reach and supreme versatility. Sellick launched the ergonomically friendly S Series Lift truck in the year 2004. This unit had a huge emphasis on operator safety and comfort. The company has launched a new era of production and top of the line forklift design. More

  • It is a lot more complicated to operate a lift truck than to drive a car. The forklift operator has to have the necessary skills and receive special training to use a lift truck. A high level of concentration is needed to drive a lift truck. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or also referred to as OSHA reports that 85 people die in forklift-related mishaps every year year. About 35,000 individuals are injured each and every year in accidents related to lift trucks. Almost 50% of operator deaths are caused by a forklift tip over. Drivers have to be able to correctly assess load weights in order to avoid the equipment from tipping over. The load weight in construction settings would usually be posted on the load. If a concrete block weighs 16 kilograms, and the load consists of cubes containing 90 concrete blocks, the total weight of the load would be around 1,360 kilograms. If a load is wet, the operator would have to take additional weight into consideration. It can be unsafe if the driver makes poorly informed estimates as the loads actual weight and whether the machine could handle the load. If a driver cannot be certain about the load weight, he should ask for assistance from the supervisor. One more cause of tip overs is failure to pull up near enough to a building to place or lift a load utilizing an extended boom. It is important to utilize the load chart to avoid tipping the lift truck. Even if a forklift does not really tip over, a mishap has occurred when the back wheels come off the ground. This means the forklift limitations have been exceeded. Though damage may not be obvious, the back axle can have been broken upon hitting the ground. It is even possible for forklifts to tip even when not carrying a load. Unloaded lift trucks could tip just after a driver has positioned a load on scaffolding utilizing an extended boom. If the driver reverses the forklift and turns abruptly whilst bringing the boom down, the center of gravity would be pushed to the edges of the forklift and a tip over can take place. An operator must always use the joysticks to be able to retract and lower the fork. More

  • Regular inspections can really help to reduce forklift maintenance and save you copious amounts of money in the long-run. The standing joke within the industry is a forklift technician coining the saying "Pay me now, or pay me later," as it generally costs more to procrastinate when it comes to forklifts. Like for example, the minor fixes which go unrepaired could later turn into expensive repairs. Tilt Cylinders Oil leaks are a really serious problem if they are not checked. Check for oil leaks or damage on a regular basis. Oil leakage can cause uncontrolled mast movement and this could be very dangerous. Whether the leaks are external or in the cylinder, the outcome could result in cylinder drift and loss of vital fluid. When damage or leaks are detected, you typically will need to replace the seals or the complete cylinder assembly. Chains You don't want mast lift chains to stretch beyond acceptable limits, so pay attention and watch carefully for any indications of damage or wear and tear. Check regularly with a chain wear gauge so as to monitor the wear. If the chain is worn beyond 2 percent or rusted, it is time to replace the chain. Following these guidelines will help keep your machine functioning optimally. Mast The mast needs to be moving smoothly up and down when using the lift control lever. Be sure to check to see if the mast is tilting forwards and backwards in a smooth way. You may need to lubricate the mast strip sliding surfaces if the sliding surfaces are binding. Also lubricate their fittings, since there is a fitting located on both sides of the inner mast. The lift bracket side rollers are another lubrication spot. Forks Check the forks and check for damage, wear and cracks. It is vital to remember that cracked or worn tines can possibly fail without any warning. Of course, any damaged fork means immediately taking the truck out of service. If the cracks are deeper than just on the surface, they must be replaced since they truly can't be safely repaired. More

  • Overview Decide which lift truck is right for you and your business by taking the time to do your research. This could really save you or your company lots of money. Figuring out various financial options, deciding between brand new and used models, along with how to go about making the right purchase is not always as easy as it seems. Lots of forklift purchasers would base their decisions on the basis of the forklifts cost. This could cost you more money if the model you pick a unit without considering the needed maintenance costs over the lift of the lift truck. Like for example, numerous people get a good deal on the machinery but end up paying much more than the initial cost just to be able to maintain uptime. Before making the lift truck purchase, it is important to consider the best buying practices for your particular application requirements. Classes and Types of Lift Trucks The Industrial Truck Association has organized your lift trucks into 7 various classes: Class I are Electric Motor Rider Trucks; Class II are Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks; Class III are Electric Motor Hand Trucks; Class IV is the ICE Trucks with Cushion Tires and finally, Class V are the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks Pneumatic Tires models. Internal Combustion or Electric In order to start the decision process, it is a wise idea to figure out what the particular application requirements of that forklift are. This would certainly help you know whether or not an internal combustion engine or ICE unit or an electric model is better. You must know what the correct type of lift truck choices is in order to find one that suits your requirements. The electric lift truck is suitable more for indoor use in distribution and warehouse applications. These machinery provide a much better atmosphere for employee's health and do not emit fumes. Electric lift trucks are popular for being simple to maneuver. They are handy for working in trailers and smaller aisles, rather than many of the internal combustion units. Utilizing electric forklifts allows more storage area for warehouses and greater cost effectiveness. More


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