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  • John L. Grove chose to stop working after spending numerous years working side by side with his brother to build their crane manufacturing business into a world leader. John as well as his wife Cora celebrated their retirement by setting out on a cross-country trip in their R.V. After that specific journey, JLG Industries, Inc. emerged and became the world's top manufacturer of specialized material handling machines and mobile aerial work platforms. John spent much of the time during the R.V. journey talking to prior business associates that the Groves were visiting on their journey. Tragically, while they visited the Hoover Dam, 2 workers were accidentally electrocuted on scaffolding. Through subsequent conversations, John saw a big untapped market for a product which can quickly and safely hoist people into the air in order to perform construction and maintenance work. After John and his wife returned from the trip, John decided to take action. He and two dear friends began a partnership and then purchased a small metal fabrication business within McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania. During 1970, with an initial team of 20 employees, the trio built and sold the very first JLG aerial work platform. Many components of the basic design elements of that very first machinery are still being incorporated into the existing equipment The company has come a really long way since John L. Grove drove back into town from his cross-country trip and have grown significantly ever since they debuted their very first aerial work platform. Even these days, JLG continues to expand into additional worldwide markets. A lot of innovative machinery are made to help clients be more effective and work safer. JLG has remained devoted to being the leader in the industry. The company takes operator comfort into account very seriously. They try to deliver in overall comfort and safety, as well as in performance so that the driver can be as productive as possible. More

  • It is far more complex to drive a lift truck than to drive a vehicle. The forklift driver needs to have the necessary skills and receive special training to use a forklift. A high level of concentration is required to operate a lift truck. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or also known as OSHA reports that 85 individuals die in accidents related to forklifts per year. Approximately 35,000 individuals are hurt each year in accidents related to lift trucks. Nearly 50 percent of operator deaths result from a lift truck tip over. Operators have to be able to accurately assess load weights to avoid the equipment from tipping over. The weight of the load in construction settings will usually be posted on the load. If the load consists of cubes containing 90 concrete blocks and a concrete block weighs 16 kilograms, the total load weight will be about 1,360 kilograms. When a load is wet, the driver must take more weight into account. It is dangerous for operators to make poorly informed estimations about the real weight of the load and whether the forklift can handle it. If a driver cannot be certain regarding the load weight, he should ask for assistance from the supervisor. Failure to pull up close enough to a building or raise a load using an extended boom can be another cause of tip overs. To prevent tipping lift truck, it is essential to use the load chart. Even if a lift truck does not actually tip over, a mishap has occurred when the back wheels come off the ground. This means the forklift limitations have been exceeded. Even though damage might not be obvious, the back axle can have been broken when hitting the ground. Forklifts can even tip when not carrying a load. An unloaded lift truck can tip if a driver has placed a load on scaffolding using an extended boom. If the driver reverses the lift truck and suddenly turns while bringing the boom down, the forklift's center of gravity would be pushed to the edges and could lead to a tip over. A driver should always use the joysticks to retract and lower the fork. More

  • For better visibility, improved ergonomics, top productivity and reliability, choose Toyota lift trucks to fulfill your every industrial need. Most importantly, Toyota is the business leader as far as safety technology is concerned. Toyota's main concern is to give its customers with great quality on all the products that we deliver. This is the reason why we provide total customer satisfaction with each unit we make and this is the premise for everything we do. The best approach to keeping our clients totally satisfied is to offer the highest quality products and service. The word "kaizen" is mentioned often at Toyota facilities all-around the globe. This word translates to mean "continuous improvement" and is a top factor within the company and in Toyota quality. Kaizen has been integrated into Toyota Production system. This thought process is involved in our production, engineering and design teams so as to always enhance our forklifts. This philosophy additionally drives our service employees and is among the cornerstones of the company. For over 40 years, Toyota has been a leading supplier of innovative forklifts. Now, Toyota has sold over 1 million forklifts to many happy clients in over 200 nations. In every stage of our operation, there is a complete commitment to constant improvement yielding safer practices and more effective material handling equipment. Toyota's commitment to client service, performance and excellence has been the reason the business has become so exceptionally successful on a global scale. Statistics show that 1 of every 5 lift trucks purchased all over the world is a Toyota. Toyota's unique SAS or System of Active Stability helps to minimize the possibility of accidents and injuries. THis specific system greatly minimizes the potential for equipment and product damage while increasing overall productivity levels. SAS works by sensing various factors which can cause lateral instability and cause potential lateral overturn. Once these conditions are detected, SAS immediately engages the Swing Lock Cylinder to stabilize the rear axle. When this mechanism is engaged, the lift truck's stability footprint is changed to rectangular in shape, from triangular. This change in stance results in an increase in sustainability and stability lessens the chance of a lateral overturn from occurring. The Active Control Rear Stabilizer or the Active Mast Function additionally adds extra stability and immensely helps injuries or accidents from taking place. More

  • In the telehandler business, SkyTrak telehandlers are among the best selling machines. SkyTrak's equipment are dependable and user friendly machines capable of various material handling tasks. SkyTrak has become amongst the top brands of telehandlers in the industry and have become amongst the most popular around. Telehandlers from SkyTrak all come with a Cummins engine and 3 steering modes that provides for superior maneuverability and power required to deal with any jobsite or terrain. The patented Stabil-Trak system offers drivers with enhanced overall stability and a higher level of confidence. In addition, every SkyTrak unit could be outfitted with numerous kinds of attachments in order to maintain high production. SkyTrak Telehandlers SkyTrak's telehandlers are built to work the way you work. These equipment are highly effective and provide all-wheel steering that is a right match of hardworking equipment for hard working people. These types of machines are designed and engineered with simplicity and ease of use in mind in order to provide you with the efficiency and power you need when you require it. The SkyTrak machinery has earned the reputation as being workhorse in the business able to withstand the most hostile terrains. These units are stable and work well under pressure and in the harshest environments. SkyTrak provides load-sensing hydraulics, a solid steel frame, numerous other performance boosting items and joystick controls. SkyTrak has 5 different lift units that provide as much as fifty four feet of lift height and almost 10,000 lbs. of lifting capacity. These types of machines are high performance in order for you to get the job done when you need to complete it. They offer less total operating costs compared to the competition and this is just among the numerous features that has made SkyTrak North America's top selling brand. Check out your local dealer in order to experience personally how these equipment have earned such a solid reputation within the business. Features on all SkyTrak Telehandlers: SkyTrak Telehandlers provide some specific features on all of their models. These consist of: 4-speed modulated transmission for increased maneuverability and production, sealed bearings to lower maintenance expenses and extend service intervals and a variety of attachments to deal with jobsite challenges and add extra versatility to the machinery. Additionally, the particular equipment design of SkyTrak Telehandlers eliminates the need for liquid-filled tires. The cab has been re-designed to improve operator comfort and enhance safety. These are only among the important problems that have been designated standard by SkyTrak and have helped them become the industry leader. More

  • Overview Determine what lift truck is best for you and your company by taking the time to do your research. This could really save you or your business lots of money. Figuring out different financial alternatives, deciding between used and new units, along with how to go about making the right acquisition is not always as simple as it seems. Lots of forklift buyers would base their decisions on the basis of the lift trucks cost. This can cost you more money if the type you pick a unit without thinking about the needed maintenance expenses over the lift of the forklift. For instance, many individuals get a good deal on the equipment but end up paying a lot more than the initial cost just in order to maintain uptime. Prior to making the lift truck purchase, it is very important to take into account the best buying practices for your particular application needs. Classes and Kinds of Lift Trucks There are 7 various classes which the Industrial Truck Association has organized forklifts into: Class I are Electric Motor Rider Trucks; Class II are Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks; Class III are Electric Motor Hand Trucks; Class IV are the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks with Cushion Tires and lastly, Class V is the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks Pneumatic Tires models. Internal Combustion or Electric It is a great idea to figure out the needs and tasks required of the forklift so as to initiate the decision process. This will surely help you determine whether or not an ICE or internal combustion engine model or an electric unit is better. You have to know what the correct type of lift truck choices is in order to find one which meets your needs. Like for example, electric lift trucks are suitable for indoor use in warehouse applications as they do not emit any fumes and provide a much better atmosphere for employee's health. Electric lift trucks are popular for being easy to maneuver. They are helpful for working in trailers and smaller aisles, instead of a lot of the internal combustion units. Using electric forklifts enables more storage area for warehouses and greater cost effectiveness. More

  • The lift truck company Manitex LiftKing is major North American manufacturer of material handling products. Their complete lineup of machinery comprise: Transporters, RT Lift Trucks, Steel Mill Machines and Special Mission Oriented Vehicles which are very particular in addition to Carriers. Since the year 1968, the company has been operating out of Woodbridge, Toronto. At their headquarters, they have a group of more than 100 employees devoted to the designing and making of their machinery. Over the years, the corporation has earned a positive reputation for providing quality products. They have always met the price points, delivery, specifications and ergonomics in the Material Handling industry. For more than 3 decades, the company has been delivering quality equipment to the marketplace. LiftKing Industries amalgamated with Manitex International, Inc. in November of the year 2006. Manitex International, Inc. was previously known as Veri-Tek International Corp. They specialized mostly in engineering different lift machinery. Under the ticker symbol "MNTX", Manitex International, Inc. is now traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange LiftKing produces a lineup of rugged Telescopic Rough Terrain Lift Trucks, Straight Mast equipment and Trailer Mounted Rough Terrain Forklifts. These heavy industrial equipment machines are typically utilized for commercial and military applications. They offer a total series of innovative, special-purpose, all-terrain vehicles that are mission-oriented. These types of machinery offer unequaled capabilities under the ATVking name brand. Manitex's range of lift equipment vary from 25 ton military forklifts to 300 ton shipyard transporters to 5000 pound trailer mounted models. Each and every unit delivers exceptionally and is reliable and efficient. Manitex LiftKing is a leader within the North American material handling industry. They manufacture a complete line of Specialized Carriers, Steel Mill Equipment products, a huge variety of Rough Terrain or RT Forklifts as well as Highly Specialized Mission Oriented Vehicles. Manitex is as diversified like their customer base. Manitex LiftKing boasts over 6000 different models operating around the globe. They have over 170 Dealer locations which sell and service Manitex LiftKing units all around the world. The highly knowledgeable dealers specialize in minimizing any downtime and are able to help fix any problems. They want you get back to work as quickly as possible and achieve your bottom line. More

  • With several basic prescriptions, fleet managers can ramp up on overall productivity and safety measures and reduce costs and can plan for the unplanned. By keeping a track record of day by day, weekly or monthly activities within the workplace, the fleet managers could come up with a reliable record of what stuff cost and how to take measures to keep their equipment working as efficiently as possible. This in turn, can potentially save a company thousands of dollars within a year. When hunting for improving efficiencies in any lift truck fleet, there are various usual suspects. Like for instance, factors such as truck abuse, aging machinery and under-used assets could all contribute and become vital sources of unexpected maintenance costs. Situations like for example excessive damage and breakdowns can obviously incur unnecessary and unanticipated expenses too. Executing a quick response to unexpected events defines a successful fleet maintenance. This could also be defined as "uptime at any cost." This is easy to understand when you consider the majority of fleet owner's core business comes from moving product in an efficient and timely way. They must estimate the number of lift truck tires they go through each year and make certain they order accordingly. Customers can think about the possible benefits they would receive from having a strong partnership with a service provider. For instance, they would have the ability to share the use of technology required for data capture. As well, they can participate in various preventative measures and stay at the forefront of safety. To be able to determine the actual cost each hour, a company looks at the metrics involved. The facility where the lift trucks operate can be one more easy clue to determining overall costs. A close look at the floor levels, which at first seem harmless, can show that premature tire failure is happening at a high rate and numerous unnecessary costs are incurring. One more example of wasteful assumption could be shift overlap. A customer who runs 2 shifts, 5 days a week for example, might have as many as 30 operators on every shift. Having a 2 hour overlap of 15 operators automatically will automatically require the company to have 45 lift trucks. If though, the company had no overlap in shifts, they can cut their amount of trucks by 15 trucks. In only one year, you can see a 10 to 20 percent or even 40 to 45 percent decrease in expenses. More

  • To lessen forklift repairs, regular inspections can help you save greatly over the long haul use of your equipment. The standing joke within the business is a lift truck technician coining the saying "Pay me now, or pay me later," since it normally costs more to procrastinate when it comes to lift trucks. Like for example, the minor fixes which are not repaired can later turn into costly repairs. Tilt Cylinders Oil leaks are a very serious concern if they are left unchecked. Check for damage or oil leaks on a regular basis. Oil leakage could lead to uncontrolled mast movement and this could be very unsafe. Whether the leaks are in the cylinder or external, the end result can lead to loss of vital fluid and cylinder drift. When leaks or damage are detected, you normally would need to replace the whole cylinder assembly or the seals. Chains You don't want mast lift chains to stretch beyond acceptable limits, so pay attention and look carefully for any indications of wear and tear or damage. Frequently check a chain wear gauge in order to monitor the wear. If the chain is worn beyond 2% or rusted, it is time to replace the chain. Following these tips would help keep your machine functioning optimally. Mast When utilizing the lift control lever, the mast has to be moved down and up smoothly, making sure to check if the mast is moving smoothly forwards and backwards. You may have to lubricate the mast strip sliding surfaces if the sliding surfaces are binding. Also lubricate their fittings, because there is a fitting located on either side of the inner mast. The lift bracket side rollers are another lubrication spot. Forks Inspect the blades and look for cracks, damage and wear. It is vital to remember that cracked or worn forks can possibly fail without any warning. Any fork damage of course means taking the truck out of service immediately. If the cracks are deeper than just on the surface, they must be replaced as they really can't be safely repaired. More


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