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  • Kalmar makes both 4x4 and 4x2 terminal tractors in addition to specialized tractors which are usually used in terminals and ports. The Kalmar 4x4 Model is amongst the most popular equipment of the company. The terminal tractors are able to be modified in an easy way in order to meet the different needs of cargo handling in terminal and port locations. Terminal tractors can handle roll trailers with goosenecks, semitrailers and even terminal trailers for containers. For RoRo handling, Kalmar heavy duty tractors offer a high tractive effort so that they can climb steep rams easily and could perform tight turns on slippery decks. Kalmar's powerful 4WD terminal tractor is suitable for heavy roll-off and roll-on industrial handling and applications. This tractor could be used also as a heavy-pulling tractor in MTS-applications. Lift Trucks To help you complete whatever specific work applications you perform, Kalmar offers a wide variety of quality lift trucks. Regardless of what part of the handling chain you are involved with, these machinery are tough enough to take on any of your demands. The Kalmar brands are synonymous with an efficient driving environment, ease of service, extreme quality and reliability. The company strives to provide the lowest possible lifetime cost overall and offers a wide array of well-proven solutions. Empty Container Handlers The empty container handler performs fast, stacking and transporting containers. To be able to broaden the available land area to the fullest, the containers have to be stacked close together and high up. High stacking capacity and a minimum amount of ground space are essential factors in why land area gets more valuable as time goes on. Kalmar fulfills all of the conditions of effective and fast stacking as well as the condition of minimum ground area. The 2 empty container truck ranges consist of the Kalmar empty reach stackers and the Kalmar straight mast empty container handlers. More

  • With over 75 years of experience, Advance has a history of giving excellent industrial and commercial floor cleaning machinery to its customers. There really are an abundance of available choices when it comes to selecting floor cleaning equipment, but over the years Advance has been a trusted brand name for all kinds of customers from contractors, facility managers, to in-house cleaners. Advance focuses on designing products for industrial and commercial cleaning purposes manufactured for all of the hardest of cleaning applications. This original machine brings cleaning efficiency, easy machine maintenance and increased multitasking abilities to your company. The Advance personnel would work directly with each customer to know all of their needs which suit their particular budget. Advance's huge network of professional dealers can really help you with all your toughest and most basic questions about cleaning applications. Contact your local Advance dealer now. About Nilfisk The company was first established during the 1900's in Denmark, although Nilfisk was established within Minnesota in the mid-1940's. Nilfisk-Advance has been helping both home owners and business owners all over the globe with their cleaning needs for more than 100 years. Parts for Nilfisk machinery are sourced from nations across the European Union. Product manufacturing occurs within Sweden and Hungary, with engineering and testing within Sweden. Starting in the production of vacuums in 1909, Nilfisk has since progressed to manufacturing and marketing central vacuums and HEPA central vacuums. Nilfisk started producing vacuums during the year 1909. They started marketing central vacuums during the year 1988, then producing them during 1993. In 2004, Nilfisk began manufacturing quiet, high-performance HEPA central vacuums. Your Nilfisk representative could provide you with top quality and trusted service as you search for your equipment. More

  • Hyster is a materials handling business which provides much more than just sales and manufacturing. Our dealer networks are experienced at finding capital procurement specialists, training service, fleet managers, parts suppliers and more. Our groups are dedicated to giving you the best possible service after, during and before you lease, rent or purchase any of our machinery. For all of your forklift components, Hyster UNISOURCE Parts Program has more than two million parts for most available brand names of other in-plant mobile and material handling machinery and equipment. The UNISOURCE Parts Program will be able to help you find the component that you require. If you're searching for refurbished or remanufactured components, UNISOURCE offers the same product guarantees and quality, just at a less price point. Through partnership with one of the most commonly well-known suppliers in the lift truck industry, we can stand behind each machinery with among the best warranties which can be found in the industry. Hyster also offers top of the line fleet management services. We know that in numerous situations, your entire fleet might not be Hyster. This is the reason why we offer services to analyze your whole fleet and give suggestions to keep all of your machinery, Hyster or not, working well. We could make recommendations on how to manage your lift truck maintenance schedule successfully and when necessary, help you come up with a long term replacement plan. Our group is really devoted to helping you manage your fleet with the most cost-effective methods available. More

  • Big and Jumbo The H1050-1150D-CH line of Hyster lift trucks features masted top pick trucks which can handle upwards of 88,185 pounds under the spreader. This allows the power to move even the heaviest load anywhere it has to go. The lift capacities of the forklifts offer increased container density to allow true 5-high stacking. Due to a range of advances in engineering, these are amongst the most dependable and rugged forklifts available. Similar to any forklift manufactured by Hyster, the operator's comfort is a key part of the overall design. The ComforCab II is an ergonomically advanced design which would be really comfortable to ride in. H550-700HD/S If your particular work environment requires a versatile and rugged lift truck, then your perfect equipment is the H550-700HD/S. This performance solution offers a Cummins 6-cylinder diesel engine that is nestled under the gull-wing hood of these forklifts. This turbocharged engine is strong, effective and runs extra smooth. Each drive wheel provides extra heavy-duty wet brakes to provide excellent stopping power. Similar to each and every lift truck made by Hyster, the H550-700HD/S could be customized with basically any optional attachment you would require to lift or grab any loads. H800-1050HD/S The H800-1050HD/S series provides a front mounted cab which is particularly engineered for fork tip visibility. Hyster has taken great care to include proven designs from their extremely successful container handlers in order to create the most dependable and powerful trucks within the material handling business. Also, the H800-1050HD/S series boasts the newest in comfort with the Hyster ComforCab II. It provides operators "state-of-the-art" design in ergonomics, driver comfort and visibility. This line of forklifts could conquer any kind of challenge. HR45 REACHSTACKER The HR45 Reach stacker Series could turn circles around the competition. This line of reach stacker trucks showcases the sharpest turning radius within the container handling industry. Like every other lift truck made by Hyster, these types of reach stackers offer amazing ergonomics that are particularly engineered and designed to decrease operator fatigue and increase productivity. The high-strength boom is robust and available with the capacity to stack 9'6" or 8'6" containers 5-high in the first row. Hence, if your application depends on heavy-duty container stacking, this is the Hyster large capacity lift truck that would work best for you. Hyster has built its reputation by being at the forefront of the business. They offer solid equipment that is safe and comfortable as well as efficient to operate. There are numerous units and sizes available in order to suit your needs. More

  • Even if there are a lot of businesses that start workers in the receiving area, they would be much better off to assign pro's to handle the put-away tasks. Qualified people who really know and understand the products seldom mix items which may look the same but are quite different and they know how to properly stock shelves and bins and hence, work more efficiently. It is a good idea if you have new employees to start them out by filling orders. This provides them with an excellent chance to know the products, paperwork and customers as well as any electronic inventory system that could take some getting used to. In addition, it is really easy to check their efficiency by going over their work orders when they are packed for delivery. Because you do not want to have a lot of trucks arriving at the same time, the next step is to plan truck arrival. By being organized and scheduling arrivals, you would eliminate pressure on receivers and shippers and also eliminate excessive waiting time in the yard. The more effectively you could schedule the arrival of your trucks, the less dock doors you will need to work which would really save you a lot of money on utilities in the long run. If you can, work different shifts for shipping and receiving. One method is to receive goods in one shift and separate the shipped items to another shift. Organizing yourself in this way can allow you to lessen the staging area needs by 50%. You might also be able to get rid of time-wasting bottlenecks within the warehouse. In addition, by separating your shipping and receiving, you can keep track of orders more efficiently and will know which shift to look over if any discrepancies occur down the road. If the process of unloading is sped up, this would tremendously help you out as the unloaded truck can congest your yard. Based on research, around 60% of mass merchants can unload trucks in under 60 minutes, while about 20 to 30 percent of the grocery industry performs at a similar standard. Take time to watch and time operations in order to see how your facility measures up overall. Floor maintenance is key as floor defects could cause lift truck operators to slow down or take detours. This could lead to a reduction of productivity. Potholes or deteriorating floor section seams or uneven floors also result in vehicle damage and wheel wear. In some cases, really damaged floors can result in loads tipping and product damage. More

  • The Evolution into Hydraulics The onset of World War II forced society to become more resourceful in general. Even if the development and design of cranes has evolved significantly, during this particular time these machinery progressed significantly. These industrial machinery changed the face of the construction business. In the year 1946, the first hydraulic crane was made by F. Taylor & Sons. Their model was only utilized by the business and can not slew or luff. When it joined along with Coles during the year 1959, this unit opened up the doors for a 50 and 42 Series. A Morris W.D. chassis is what the mobile hydraulic crane was first placed on. Taylor & Sons hydraulic crane operated on a boom powered by a hydraulic pump and cylinders that were lifted and lowered using a hydraulic pump. Once the company was unable to use army vehicles as chassis for the equipment, they began production for designing their very own mobile hydraulic cranes. These very first machinery gained much praise and were heralded as amazing machinery. They were supposed to be capable of rebuilding all that was ruined by bombs during the war. The cranes were responsible for helping put together countries, cities and individual houses. Hydraulic systems became designed more and more complicated. The gear and pump systems can be powered while the trucks remained immobile. Companies like Hydrauliska Instustri AB made the first truck loader crane appearance available on the market. The A2 crane was introduced during 1952. This model was mounted directly to the rear of a Chevy truck. It was complete with hydraulic lifting cylinders and a hooked winch. This specific loader crane started a huge trend in the industry. A company located within Bremen, called Atlas Weyhausen started making similar versions of this particular machine. Cranes immediately after the war were becoming more advanced. Different manufacturers and businesses making the winches developed accurate telescopic booms, and the hydraulic pumps were improved and utilizing various materials so as to change the way the crane was developed. More

  • In 1926, Toyota Industries Corporation or also known as TICO was founded by Sakichi Toyoda. Since the company's beginning, TICO has expanded the scope of its business domains and promoted diversification to comprise: material handling equipment, logistics solutions, textile machinery and equipment, electronics, engines, vehicles, car air-conditioning compressors and automobiles. About Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A. Inc. The TMHU has since 2002, been the supplier for North America's top selling lift truck. Together with the wide array of high-quality forklifts marketed under the brand Toyota, the company has extended their industrial machinery solutions to include Automated Guided Vehicles and tow tractors. TMHU is celebrating its 45th year within business in North America. Excellence is the hallmark of the Toyota Production System. It is practiced at each and every Toyota manufacturing facilities including TIEM. During 2011, TIEM was named a North American Best Plant by Industry Weekly magazine. TIEM is a member of the National Safety Council and complies with the ISO 14001 standard set by the International Organization for Standardization. Ever since it started during the year 1990, TIEM has made over 400,000 Toyota lift trucks. Toyota has been recognized internationally for its expert customer service. All over Minnesota and the US, this great dedication has been extended. There are over 70 authorized Toyota Industrial Equipment dealers and throughout North America there are over 220 dealership locations. Toyota dealers are highly trained and capable of offering comprehensive support and customer service. They offer one-stop shopping for both brand new and second-hand lift trucks, financing, service and parts, rentals and fleet servicing. Toyota remains committed to providing excellent quality care. They can deliver replacement parts on short notice and hope to minimize any possible downtime. Toyota dealers are pleased to deal with any questions or problems set forth by their customers and are also a great resource if you are thinking of becoming a potential client and must determine the best type of machine for your specific needs. The dealerships provide a huge array of new, used and refurbished machinery in order to provide you with the right choices. Renting equipment is an ideal way to try prior to purchasing. This way you could check the machine within the environment you will be using it in to determine if it would be right and sufficient. On their company web site, Toyota provides a host of information. Visit your local dealership to see the latest machinery, have any questions answered and experience first hand their product line. More

  • The company Kalmar is a top producer of heavy duty materials handling machinery, with a vast line of diverse and different machinery in their fleet. Everything from straddle carriers, ship-to-shore cranes and heavy-duty forklift trucks, Kalmar has an available unit to suit all of their client's diverse applications. It is estimated that every 4th trailer or container transfer which takes place all around the globe is handled by Kalmar machine. Kalmar provides a huge range of components and a huge group of machinery in order to meet the demanding needs of their industrial customers. Their extremely diversified equipment include everything from shunting road trailers at distributions centers to applications as diverse as handling steel and paper. The Kalmar equipment are suitable to work in all types of environment as well. Kalmar has evolved to become a leader in remote maintenance products, on-board smart features and unmanned container handling technology. Light Range Forklifts To be able to offer the best conditions for economical, safe and fast handling, Kalmar's 5 to 9 ton light range forklifts have been built with great power and precision. The easy and smooth operation, integrated intelligence, along with a series of variable functions makes it a lot simpler for operators to do their job while minimizing the risk of damage to the products being handled or to themselves. Medium Range Forklifts Kalmar has lots of 9 to 18 ton capacity medium range forklifts which provide excellent visibility and smart handling as well as the overall driving sensation. These machinery are truly in a league of their own. Long life, high quality and engineered to provide easy servicing lay the best foundations for safe and efficient operation. Furthermore the superior overall economy capacity, help keep Kalmar the leader of the game. Heavy Range to 28 Tons In order to find the right outcome for a particular kind of work, the latest generation of heavy duty forklift truck provides many great alternatives. These units are especially made for the most challenging handling applications and are engineered with robust features. More

  • A telescopic handler is similar to a forklift. It has a single telescopic boom that extends both upwards and forwards from the truck, and a counterweight within the back. It functions more like a crane than a forklift. The boom can be outfitted with various types of attachments. The most popular attachment is pallet forks, but the operator can also attach a muck grab, lift table or bucket. Also called a telehandler, this type of machinery is normally used in industry and agriculture. When it is difficult for a standard forklift to access places, a telehandler is frequently used to transport loads. Telehandlers are commonly used to unload pallets from inside a trailer. They are also more handy compared to a crane for carrying loads onto other high locations and rooftops. There is just one major limitation in using telehandlers. Despite counterweights at the back, the weight-bearing boom can cause the equipment to destabilize while it extends. Hence, the lifting capacity lessens when the distance between the front of the wheels and the centre of the load increases. Telehandlers were developed in England by the Matbro company. Their design was based largely on articulated cross country forklifts used in forestry. Early versions consisted of a centrally mounted boom on the front and a driver's cab on the back section, but today the design that is most common has a strong chassis with a rear mounted boom and side cab. More

  • Types of forklifts: Choosing amongst hybrid, internal combustion or electric is a major consideration when buying a forklift. Each and every technology has its advantages and disadvantages. It is really vital to be able to differentiate one kind of forklift from another and to pick the right kind for the application. The following info can help you to choose the kind of forklift that best fits all your requirements. A main benefit of electric is long-term cost savings. The first outlay to purchase spare batteries may seem costly, but you save some money by not having to purchase fuel and transport it to the work location. If you use some kind of alternative source of energy, such as windmills or solar panels, you could save even more money. The downside of electric is that downtime for charging the lift and changing out the batteries has to be factored in. This technology continues to get better as new methods of utilizing electric technology advances. Variations on Forklifts: Stand-up rider forklifts - These electric-powered forklifts have counterbalance weights constructed into the body and are made so that the driver rides inside the body of the truck. Stand-up, narrow aisle rider - The type generally used for areas with tight spaces. Rather than having counterweight inside its body, this electric forklift is designed with straddle legs on every side to be able to provide stability. Sit-down rider - The counterbalance is located at the rear of this sit-down rider. Motorized hand-pallet jacks - This low-lift truck has forks and is designed for the operator to stand on the back. Other versions are designed to be walked. Reach forklift - This kind of forklift has a boom for long reach. The forklift is designed to be stable on surfaces that are uneven by having the outriggers at the front. More