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If You Don’t Own an Aichi Scissor Lift Now, You’ll Hate Yourself Later

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aichi scissor lift moving through warehouseToyota Material Handling has launched a new line of high-quality scissor lifts manufactured by AICHI, a subsidiary of Toyota Industries Corporation since 2003.

Toyota AICHI dealers in the U.S. and Canada now offer five new scissor lifts with 19- to 32-ft. platform heights and 30- to 46-in. platform widths.

Aichi Scissor Lifts are impressive machines. Their thoughtful engineering and versatility make these lifts dependable solutions for many access issues within your facilities. True to our Toyota roots, quality, durability, reliability, value and overall safety are manufactured into every one of our lifts.

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By | April 26th, 2017|Categories: Aichi, AWP, Sales, Toyota|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Reader’s Top 10: From the Week of April 16th

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tuesday-top-ten-120416aForklift and material handling information is constantly shared or posted through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is posted is promotional in nature but a fair percentage is informational and of possible interest to a wide range of readers.

Every day we sift through dozens of posts and articles in order to refine what we share with others. Then each week just the top 10 posts [or so] that we feel are the most relevant based on newsworthiness are posted by us in this weekly summary. Continue reading

Reader’s Top 10: From the Week of April 9th

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tuesday-top-ten-122516aForklift and material handling information is constantly shared or posted through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is posted is promotional in nature but a fair percentage is informational and of possible interest to a wide range of readers.

Every day we sift through dozens of posts and articles in order to refine what we share with others. Then each week just the top 10 posts [or so] that we feel are the most relevant based on newsworthiness are posted by us in this weekly summary. Continue reading

Picking the Right Forklift Mast Doesn’t Have To Be Hard

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forklift mastWhen selecting what forklift to purchase, the mast is one of the most important considerations. The forklift’s mast, or upright, is the portion of the forklift that lifts, lowers, and positions the loads manipulated by the forks. Each type of mast presents its own set of advantages for different applications depending on their height and stacking requirements. There are four common types of forklift masts:
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By | April 12th, 2017|Categories: Forklift, Sales, Toyota|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Reader’s Top 10: From the Week of April 2nd

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top ten forklift on rampForklift and material handling information is constantly shared or posted through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is posted is promotional in nature but a fair percentage is informational and of possible interest to a wide range of readers.

Every day we sift through dozens of posts and articles in order to refine what we share with others. Then each week just the top 10 posts [or so] that we feel are the most relevant based on newsworthiness are posted by us in this weekly summary. Continue reading

Right Size Forklift Fleet Now, Or You’ll Hate Yourself Later

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old forklift in warehouseAre you making the most of your forklifts? Is your fleet properly utilized or are these expensive machines sitting in a corner of your warehouse collecting dust?

When you have an oversized (and underutilized) fleet, it means you have assets sitting around, resulting in unnecessary expenses, such as regular planned maintenance as well as capital, tied up in unused vehicles. That tied-up capital could be released and deployed for more efficient use. Continue reading

Reader’s Top 10: From the Week of March 26th

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top ten tuesday graphicForklift and material handling information is constantly shared or posted through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is posted is promotional in nature but a fair percentage is informational and of possible interest to a wide range of readers.

Every day we sift through dozens of posts and articles in order to refine what we share with others. Then each week just the top 10 posts [or so] that we feel are the most relevant based on newsworthiness are posted by us in this weekly summary. Continue reading

Keeping Everyone Safe Around Forklift Trucks

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pedestrian near forklift in warehouse safetyKeeping associates safe while working around forklift trucks goes beyond simply following required safety precautions. Creating a culture of safety in your facility means that operators, pedestrians, and others who work near forklifts are committed to keeping each other safe and productive. As a manager of a facility where forklifts are in use, there are several steps that you can take to create a culture of safety. Continue reading

By | March 29th, 2017|Categories: Forklift, Safety, Toyota|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Reader’s Top 10: From the Week of March 19th

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top ten post imageForklift and material handling information is constantly shared or posted through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is posted is promotional in nature but a fair percentage is informational and of possible interest to a wide range of readers.

Every day we sift through dozens of posts and articles in order to refine what we share with others. Then each week just the top 10 posts [or so] that we feel are the most relevant based on newsworthiness are posted by us in this weekly summary. Continue reading

Reader’s Top 10: From the Week of March 12th

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tuesday's top ten forklift listForklift and material handling information is constantly shared or posted through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is posted is promotional in nature but a fair percentage is informational and of possible interest to a wide range of readers.

Every day we sift through dozens of posts and articles in order to refine what we share with others. Then each week just the top 10 posts [or so] that we feel are the most relevant based on newsworthiness are posted by us in this weekly summary. Continue reading

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