Forklift Battery Charging Station Requirements

Forklifts are essential equipment for many different facilities, but like any piece of heavy machinery, owners and operators must enforce careful precautions to ensure the safety of those using and working around them. While there are a variety of forklift types available on the market today, electric-powered forklifts are favored for their quiet operation and…

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How does a high-performance pick station work?

HIGH-PERFORMANCE PICK STATION Ergonomic, efficient picking of multiple orders simultaneously. The high-performance pick station is designed to boost order picking. It provides operators with immediate and direct access to as many boxes or totes as possible when filling orders. It is ideal for high-turnover products, and thanks to its ergonomic design, it facilitates the preparation…

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Yale Integrated Lithium-ion Lift Truck Charging

Lithium-ion Battery Powered Lift Trucks

Today’s facilities face strict standards and tough challenges at every step. They must reduce costs with limited labor resources, while accommodating tightening emissions legislation and hygiene standards. Combat these constraints with flexibility. Did You Know? High-intensity warehouses must address multiple challenges simultaneously – accommodate strict emissions regulations and do more with less available labor. 63%…

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Cut the Fat from Your Forklift Fleet

With supply chains still reeling from myriad disruptions at the start of the 2020s, the pressure to maximize efficiency and control costs is intense. But while businesses find their footing, manufacturing, and heavy-duty industries in particular are facing an even greater time of transition. Government emissions targets, labor challenges and the continued advance of data…

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What is the difference between LSV and a Golf Cart?

What is a Low-Speed Vehicle? A low-speed vehicle (LSV) is a street-legal, four-wheeled vehicle with a top speed of 25 mph and a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 3,000 lbs. Most U.S. states allow LSVs to drive on roads marked 35 mph or less. Low-speed vehicles are typically electric and must adhere to…

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The Benefits of Converting Electric Power to Hydrogen

E-commerce sales grew 44% in 2020, and it is projected that over 25% of all retail sales will be online by 2024. Logistics operations are under pressure to meet demand for broad selection and fast delivery while controlling costs. The warehouse is key to boosting efficiency and supporting greater speed and selection while keeping costs…

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Should you lease your lift truck fleet?

Warehouse equipment is a major expense. Businesses cannot afford to settle for a procurement option that does not fit their needs. In fact, the 2022 lift truck acquisition study in Modern Materials Handling reveals high variability in usage trends, with some respondents replacing and retiring lift trucks after less than five years, less than eight…

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Safety First with Combilift Pedestrian Trucks

Pedestrian pallet and stacker trucks have become a staple in warehouse operations, retail operations, and other places where larger ride-on forklifts don’t fit into the mix. One of the main reasons is safety of operation while also being affordable for smaller businesses. The compact footprint of these trucks also contributes to their popularity. Versatility in…

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The Guide to Electric Forklifts

Electric forklifts operate on battery-powered motors. While they perform the same industrial tasks as gas-powered models, they differ from traditional forklifts and offer other benefits. If you come across electric forklifts for sale, it’s important to consider their capabilities, how they can benefit your business and how to operate them safely. We created a guide…

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Lease or Finance

Should you finance or lease?

Need new lift equipment? Should you finance or lease? When you need new lift equipment for your business there are options in how you acquire it. Two common options are purchasing and leasing, each with their own pros and cons. Purchasing means embracing the freedom of full ownership and shouldering the burden of maintaining and…

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Six Best Practices in Robotic Lift Trucks

Robotic lift trucks (RLTs) are growing in popularity for applications in warehousing and manufacturing, and for good reason.  With warehouse turnover well over 40%, operations are turning to robotics to relieve their dependency on a transient labor pool, reduce operating costs and help increase efficiency as they strive to meet escalating demand for high throughput…

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Keeping Your Operation Safe With CombiLift

Warehouses and distribution centers continue to be one of the busiest facilities. With the continued increase in order fulfillment, lack of workforce, and shortage of available space; finding a solution to keep your operation moving can seem out of reach. Combilift has innovative solutions to keep you moving while keeping safety in the forefront. Warehouse…

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Gregory Poole Lift Systems

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Raleigh, NC 27616
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