Electrification is on the rise like never before. With strict emissions regulations and warehouses facing intense productivity demands, switching to electric powered lift trucks makes real business sense. See what you need to know about going electric here.
Electric lift trucks are only getting more popular, growing from 52% to 64% of total lift trucks sold since the 1990s. The business case has never been stronger – and Gregory Poole makes it easier than ever to shift your fleet.
Here’s what you need to know about going electric:
Electrification can boost your business. They offer a compelling package, helping reduce emissions, fuel consumption and maintenance costs while turning up performance and efficiency.
You’ve got options when it comes to electric. Our full line of electric lift trucks includes lithium-ion, hydrogen fuel cell and lead-acid options, providing you with options for the best overall solution for your operation.
Pros and cons of electric forklifts. Electric forklifts are clean, quiet, and emission-free. In most cases, electric models have a higher upfront cost than propane, but offer a lower total cost of ownership. Electric lift truck models require very limited maintenance over the life of the equipment.
Electric Forklift Applications:
- Food & Beverage Distribution
- Medical Facilities
- Indoor facilities with poor ventilation
- Underground facilities
- Applications in freezing temperatures
- Applications where maximum rear visibility is necessary
Helping you meet sustainable goals.
Yale’s advanced electric power sources have a long track record of supporting our customers’ green initiatives. But don’t take our word for it. Yale has achieved recognition as a green supply chain partner from logistics industry publications and we are proud to partner with Yale.