Forklift accidents have a devastating effect on warehouses – and they happen more often than you think. Use these five keys to prevent forklift accidents and promote warehouse safety.
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Jungheinrich® reach trucks help LeanCor’s mission to advance the world’s supply chains.
A connected warehouse maximizes warehouse efficiency, as well as positions a company to decisively navigate constant changes across the supply chain. Real-time data intelligence delivers the visibility and control needed to effect measurable improvements.
Good data assists fleet managers in budgeting short- and long-term costs, determining correct fleet size, and evaluating whether to lease or buy new equipment. Use these tips to get the most out lift truck fleet data.
Proper safety measures can reduce costs, injuries, and down time caused by forklift impacts.
It is essential to have damage prevention measures in place for racking systems to avoid employee injury and minimize loss.
Developing an efficient and safe warehouse can be challenging. Use this advice to get the most out of your warehouse.
New forklift-based technologies can positively impact safety goals in your facility.
Innovation in forklift design has reduced overall warehouse and DC footprints and increased throughput.
New lift trucks feature device mounts, rugged tablets, digital controls, hydrogen fuel cells and auto guided navigation.
Innovation in the lift truck market is creating new options for companies seeking to improve warehouse efficiency.
Advancements in lift truck technology give distribution center and warehouse managers flexibility in using their forklift fleets.
Vehicle management systems allow lift truck operators to complete pre-operation checklists electronically, saving valuable production time, writes Joe LaFergola of The Raymond Corporation.
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