Updates in Forklifts for 2019

  From warehouses and construction sites to dockyards, recycling facilities, and more, industrial forklifts play a key role in the way companies move large, heavy items from point A to point B. In terms of features and capabilities, forklifts have come a long way since Read More…

Warehouse Forklift Safety Tips: What the Experts Say

      Forklift safety in warehouses is always an important topic for safety supervisors, job site managers, forklift drivers, pedestrians and others. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) documents industrial accidents, and forklift accidents (“powered industrial trucks” in OSHA terminology) always rank Read More…

How Many Miles Does an Average Forklift Travel in a Year?

Have you ever wondered how many miles a forklift gets driven in a year? As the workhorse for many warehouses, they’re “on the road” eight hours a day, often more. They may not travel very far with each trip. But over time those small trips Read More…

What is a Spotter?

Forklifts are large, heavy pieces of equipment. They look stable, and most of the time they are. But when operators fail to handle a forklift properly, it can tip over. For example, driving with too much weight or an unbalanced load can cause a tip-over. Read More…

Understanding Forklift Controls – Acceleration, Braking, Hydraulics & More

Forklift controls aren’t standard across the board. A rough terrain lift, for example, has a different forklift control panel than an indoor warehouse forklift. A pallet jack control cluster looks nothing like a heavy-duty dockyard or shipyard outdoor forklift. The same thing is true with Read More…

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