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  • After spending many years working along with his brother to build their crane manufacturing corporation into a leader of the business, John L. Grove decided to retire. John as well as his wife Cora celebrated their retirement by setting out on a cross-country trip in their R.V. After that journey, JLG Industries, Inc. emerged and became the global leading maker of mobile aerial work platforms and specialized material handling equipment. During the R.V. journey, John spent a lot of the time talking to prior business associates that the Groves stopped to visit along their trip. Sadly, while they were visiting the Hoover Dam, 2 employees were accidentally electrocuted on scaffolding. During subsequent conversations, John saw a huge untapped market for a product which can safely and quickly hoist people into the air to be able to perform maintenance and construction work. After John and his wife returned from the journey, John decided to take action. He and two dear friends started a partnership and after that bought a small metal manufacturing company in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania. During the year 1970, with an initial group of 20 employees, the trio built and sold the first JLG aerial work platform. Many parts of the basic design elements of that first equipment are still being integrated into the current machines The company has come a really long way ever since John L. Grove drove back into town from his cross-country journey and have grown dramatically since they debuted their first aerial work platform. Even nowadays, JLG continues to expand into additional worldwide markets. A lot of innovative machines are made to help clients work safer and be more productive. JLG has remained dedicated to being at the forefront of the industry. The company takes operator comfort into consideration really seriously. They attempt to deliver in safety and overall comfort, as well as in performance so that the operator could be as effective as possible. More

  • It is a lot more complex to drive a lift truck than to drive a car. The lift truck operator has to have the necessary skills and receive special training to utilize a lift truck. A high level of concentration is needed to drive a forklift. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or also referred to as OSHA reports that 85 people die in accidents related to forklifts each and every year year. Around 35,000 people are injured every year in accidents related to forklifts. Almost 50 percent of operator deaths result from a forklift tip over. To prevent tip overs, it is essential that drivers know how to correctly estimate load weight. In the construction industry, the load weight is normally posted right on the load. If the load consists of cubes containing 90 concrete blocks and a concrete block weighs 16 kilograms, the whole weight of the load will be approximately 1,360 kilograms. When a load is wet, the operator should take more weight into consideration. It can be unsafe if the driver makes poorly informed estimates as the loads actual weight and whether the equipment could handle the load. If a driver cannot be certain about the weight of a load, he must request assistance from the supervisor. Failure to pull up near enough to a building or raise a load using an extended boom can be one more cause of tip overs. In order to avoid tipping forklift, it is essential to utilize the load chart. Even if a forklift does not actually tip over, an accident has happened when the back wheels come off the ground. This means the forklift limitations have been exceeded. Though damage might not be obvious, the rear axle can have sustained damaged when hitting the ground. It is also possible for forklifts to tip even when not carrying a load. Unloaded lift trucks could tip just after an operator has positioned a load on scaffolding using an extended boom. If the driver reverses the forklift and turns abruptly while bringing the boom down, the forklift's center of gravity would be pushed to the edges and a tip over can take place. An operator should always utilize the joysticks to be able to lower and retract the fork. More

  • The XR842 roller boom telehandler has a forward reach of 28 feet, 10 inches, a lift height of 41 feet, 5 inches and a lift capacity of 8000lbs. This high-pivot telehandler unit is equipped with a heavy-duty boom chassis and frame. Additionally, instead of slide pads, it offers heavy-duty boom rollers to provide ultimate durability and low maintenance. On the XR842 is a dual hydraulic cylinder feature which provides great precision while the operator is performing fork leveling operations. The cab provides 360-degree visibility giving the operator unmatched awareness. This model provides 10 different attachment operations, an innovative boom angle indicator, allowing the operator to see the precise angle of the boom all the time. It also provides frame sway. The XR1045 roller boom Telehandler offers many terrific features like a lift height of 44.5 feet, a forward reach more than 30 feet, and a lifting capacity of more than 10,000lbs. This high-pivot telehandler also equipped with a heavy duty boom, chassis and frame. Rather than slide pads, it also utilizes heavy-duty boom rollers. This modification allows for total durability and low maintenance. The XR1045 also features the dual hydraulic cylinders which allows for better precision while fork leveling. The operator is able to have unmatched awareness thanks to the 360 degree visibility precision. This unit has frame sway and 10 various attachment options. It also features a unique boom angle indicator to enable the operator to have a view of the exact boom angle all the time. Provided on the XR1245 roller boom telehandler is a lift height more than 44 feet and a lift capacity of 12,000lbs. Also, this machinery features a forward reach greater than 30 feet. Heavy-duty frame, boom and chassis are standard inframe, boom and chassis the high-pivot telehandler. It features heavy-duty boom rollers as opposed to slide pads for ultimate durability and low maintenance. To offer precision while fork leveling, the XR1245 telehandler features dual hydraulic cylinders, while the operator enjoys great visibility with the 360 degree cab. This telehandler offers 10 different attachment options and frame sway. To enable the operator to have visibility of the exact angle of the boom all the time, it also has an innovative boom angle indicator. The XR1255 roller boom telehandler provides a forward reach of 38 feet, a lift height of 55 feet and a lift capacity of 12,000lbs. Heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame come standard with the high-pivot telehandler. For maximum durability and low maintenance, it features heavy-duty boom rollers as opposed to slide pads. To provide better precision while fork leveling, the XR1255 telehandler features dual hydraulic cylinders. Also, the operator gets greater visibility with the 360 degree cab visibility. This unit provides a unique boom angle indicator to allow the operator to see the precise angle of the boom all the time. It also comes with frame sway technology and has 10 various attachments. The XR1270 roller boom telehandler features a forward reach of 53 feet, 8 inches, a lift height of 70 feet and a lift capacity of 12,000lbs. The high-pivot telehandler comes standard equipped with heavy-duty boom rollers, rather than slide pads. This feature offers utmost durability and low maintenance. This unit also comes with a heavy-duty boom, frame and chassis. Xtreme's XR1270 offers dual hydraulic cylinders that offers precision while fork leveling. To maintain total awareness, the operator has 360 degree visibility. This unit has a nifty boom angle indicator to allow the operator to see the exact angle of the boom at all times. It has 10 various attachment options available and comes with frame sway so you can accomplish any task easily. All of the telehandlers in the Xtreme Manufacturing lineup offer the operators with 360 degree vision. The high-capacity telehandler models are: XR1534, XR2045, XR1642 ans XR2034. The XR1534 telehandler features a forward reach of 17 feet, a lift height of 34 feet and a weight capacity of 15,000lbs. The high-capacity telehandler is outfitted with heavy-duty rollers instead of slide pads. These rollers extend the machinery's durability and overall life. The heavy-duty chassis, frame and boom provide exceptional stability. By operating on dual hydraulic cylinders, the XR1534 maintains precision fork leveling. This telehandler has amazing 360 degree visibility to help keep the operator safe by providing complete awareness. The advanced boom angle indicator ensures increased accuracy while loading and unloading materials. There are 7 various attachment options available for this unit, as well as frame sway technology. These features make this unit ideal for many different kinds of jobs. One of Xtreme's most recently added machines to its lineup of high-capacity telehandlers. This model features a forward reach of 24 feet, a 42 foot lift height and a weight capacity of 16,000lbs. This telehandler is an ideal ââ?¬Å?pick and carryââ?¬Â machinery. The heavy-duty boom, frame and chassis help you withstand any environment. Rather than side pads, heavy-duty roller booms have been chosen. This offers extended life and lower maintenance. To help give the operator greater accuracy while loading and unloading materials, the XR1642 telehandler features a boom angle indicator. Combined with the 360 degree visibility and the frame sway feature, this machinery is an operatorââ?¬â?¢s dream. On this unit, there are 7 attachment possibilities. For increased precision fork leveling, it operates with dual hydraulic cylinders. The XR2034 is one of the newest high-capacity telehandlerââ?¬â?¢s offered by Xtreme Manufacturing. This unit has a forward reach of more than 16 feet, a lift height of 34 feet plus, and a lifting capacity of 20,000lbs. The XR2034 features a heavy-duty boom, frame and chassis. For lower maintenance and longer life, it uses durable rollers rather than side pads. For increased fork leveling, the XR2034 provides dual hydraulic cylinders. It features 360 degree visibility for enhanced operator awareness. There is also an advanced boom angle indicator for improved accuracy during unloading and loading of materials. There are 7 different attachment options in this unit. Combines with the frame sway feature, all of these benefits make the XR2034 suitable for a range of tasks. The high-capacity XR2045 telehandler has a lifting capacity of 20,000lbs, as well as a 45 foot lift height, a 17 foot forward reach and a heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame. It provides heavy-duty roller booms rather than slide pads. This feature helps to extend the machine's life by lowering maintenance. To give the operator increased accuracy while unloading and loading materials, the XR2045 features frame sway technology and a unique boom angle indicator. This model as well features the 360 degree visibility for enhanced operator safety and awareness. There are 7 different attachment possibilities for this unit. For precision fork leveling, it operates with dual hydraulic cylinders. The XR3034, XR2450 and the XR2050 are the ultra-high capacity telehandlers. Within North America, there is no telehandler comparable to the XR3034. Presently, it is the only model made which can handle an unbelievable 30,000lb weight capacity. Through the 360 degree vision, each one of the telehandlers from Xtreme Manufacturing offers increased operator awareness. The XR2450 is the latest addition when it comes to Xtremeââ?¬â?¢s ultra-high capacity telehandler. It is also considered one of the highest-capacity telehandlers presently made within North America. This model can extend forward 36 feet, lift up to heights of 50 feet and handle up to 24,000lbs weight capacity. This model is outfitted with a heavy-duty chassis, frame and boom. For extra durability and extended life, it depends on heavy duty rollers instead of slide pads. The XR2450 telehandler provides dual hydraulic cylinders for improved lift and control. To keep the operator aware and safe at all times, this unit features unmatched 360 degree visibility. There is frame sway technology and an advance boom angle indicator to provide increased accuracy while loading and unloading materials. The highest capacity telehandler manufactured within North America is Xtreme's XR3034 telehandler. It has a lift height of 34 feet, a 30,000lb weight capacity and a forward reach of 17 feet, 6 inches. This unique telehandler is an ideal ââ?¬Å?pick and carryââ?¬Â machinery. The XR3034 Telehandler has been designed with a heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame. Also, this machinery has been designed with heavy-duty roller booms instead of slide pads in combination with features like frame sway technology. For increased operator awareness, there is 360 degree visibility. Thanks to the technology of the innovative boom angle indicator, the loading and unloading of materials remains more accurate and consistent. For this model, there are 7 various attachment possibilities. For increased precision fork leveling, it operates with dual hydraulic cylinders. The XR4030 telehandler provided by Xtreme Manufacturing is the highest capacity telehandler manufactured within North America. It features a forward reach of 16 feet, 4 inches, a 30 foot lift height and a 40,000lb weight capacity. This is an ideal ââ?¬Å?pick and carryââ?¬Â model. Rather than slide pads, the XR4030 has heavy-duty roller boom. Also, it offers a heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame to provide stability and extend the life of the machinery. There is 360 degree visibility offered to improve the awareness and safety of the operator. The XR4030 features 7 attachment possibilities. It has a specific boom angle indicator to provide increased accuracy while loading and unloading materials. Last but not least, this model operates with dual hydraulic cylinders to provide precision fork leveling. More

  • Start-up of the forklift business During the latter part of the 1960s, Korea promoted a national expansion of the industrial machines business. During that time, the forklift market in Korea was an open-import situation. Korea Machinery Co., Ltd. began to import assembled forklifts and sell them to large businesses, the armed forces and state-run corporations. In the year 1976, Korea Machinery Co., Ltd. merged with Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd. The company established sales and service outlets throughout the country and, a few years later, opened its own forklift production plant. Product development and quality improvement through continuous technical training were the plant's primary focus. Expansion of forklift exports The market share of Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd in the domestic forklift business went as high as 90%. By the 1980s, the sales of the company increases and technological improvements had drawn the interest of the American company, Caterpillar Industrial Inc. The two firms entered a joint-venture project in the early part of the 1980s to deal with competition faced by Caterpillar within the US forklift market. Daewoo's forklift sales skyrocketed and a new plant was built in 1984. Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd. was then in a position to make forklifts meant for export. During the early 90s, Daewoo went global with a worldwide sales network. New models were developed as an independent brand using Korean technology. Development of new models The G5 series was the very first series of proprietary models, developed in the year 1998. These models were 1800 kg - 3000 kg internal combustion trucks. A research effort developed core technologies for engines, hydraulic systems and transmissions. Many performance and durability tests have confirmed the quality of this new family of trucks. The company established reliability evaluation centers to assure the reliability of major components. These centers have obtained worldwide respect. The G5 series is renowned for low environmental impact and operator comfort. The G5 is known throughout the world for being reliable, operator friendly and durable. The series rated high among clients in large-scale, after sales surveys as part of a consumer-oriented advertising strategy for these models. More

  • Hyster is among the most meticulous companies in the material handling industry, offering a responsive and comprehensive "after-sale" support. This support adds very much to the value of your brand new Hyster forklift. The North American Hyster dealer network for instance has an average of more than 32 years of experience in the business and is made up of more than 240 authorized places. These dealers are carefully selected, and the people they hire are their best asset. Hyster partners up with dealers which are willing to make really important investments in people, capital and infrastructure so as to remain your first option for material handling solutions. Hyster is dedicated to providing you with the best equipment available. Also, Hyster dealers are professionals who could help you in choosing the best truck for your specific application. What's more, the dealers understand your business firsthand. They also have many available financing plans to help you attain your objective. Hyster offers an effective and dependable parts department, which allows for the access to UNISOURCE parts, convenient repairs, maintenance, skilled mechanics in addition to operator training and service. Fully equipped service vehicles are capable of bringing you responsive support really fast. These features truly help to keep your operation up and running. Moreover, there are roughly 14,000 rental units as well as 30,000 fleet contracts under management; thus, Hyster knows how to successfully manage your fleet at the most economical operational costs. Unrivaled Heritage The Hyster Company has numerous innovative product designs and continues to lead the material handling business. There are currently over 130 lift truck unit offerings available either powered by LPG, electric, gasoline or diesel. These units range in capacity from 2,000 pounds to 115,000 pounds. This makes Hyster the only forklift manufacturer within the business to offer you complete solutions to all of your material handling requirements, regardless if you are narrow aisle, outdoor, order-picking, container handling, indoor and boxcar applications. If you need any kind of customized attachments for your business or other type of specialized machinery, Hyster's has Special Products Engineering Department or SPED available to meet your needs. Hyster also has a Warehouse Products group which can provide you with automated guidance vehicles customized to your specific operational needs. Hyster also has available automated turret trucks. The Warehouse Products Group is truly helpful for providing you consulting services. More

  • Overview Taking time to do your homework and determine which kind of forklift is best for you and your company can really save you and your company lots of money. Knowing various financial alternatives, deciding between new and second-hand models, as well as how to go about making the best purchase is not always as easy as it seems. Most purchasers are tempted to choose a forklift only because of the unit's cost. This can end up costing you a lot more money in the end if you choose a particular type without thinking about the maintenance costs over the life of the lift truck. Like for example, many people get a good deal on the equipment but end up paying a lot more than the initial cost just to be able to maintain uptime. Before making the lift truck purchase, it is very important to take into account the best buying practices for your particular application requirements. Types and Classes of Lift Trucks The Industrial Truck Association has organized your forklifts into 7 various classes: 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 finally, Class V is the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks Pneumatic Tires units. Internal Combustion or Electric It is a good idea to figure out the needs and tasks required of the forklift so as to initiate the decision process. This would help you determine whether or not an electric unit or an ICE or internal combustion engine model is better. You have to know what the correct kind of lift truck choices is to be able to find one that meets your requirements. 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, rather than lots of the IC units. Utilizing electric forklifts enables more storage area for warehouses and greater cost effectiveness. More

  • The lift truck manufacturer Manitex LiftKing is major North American maker of material handling products. Their complete lineup of machines comprise: Transporters, RT Forklifts, Steel Mill Machines and Special Mission Oriented Vehicles that are very specific as well as Carriers. Ever since 1968, the corporation 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. Through the years, the corporation has earned a positive reputation for offering excellent products. They have always met the ergonomics, specifications, price points and delivery within the Material Handling business. For more than 3 decades, the corporation has been delivering excellent machines to the marketplace. LiftKing Industries amalgamated with Manitex International, Inc. in November 2006. Manitex International, Inc. was previously called Veri-Tek International Corp. They specialized mainly in engineering different lift machinery. Manitex International, Inc. is now traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker symbol "MNTX." LiftKing produces a lineup of rugged Telescopic Rough Terrain Lift Trucks, Straight Mast machinery and Trailer Mounted Rough Terrain Lift trucks. These heavy industrial equipment machinery are normally utilized for military and commercial applications. They provide a total series of innovative, special-purpose, all-terrain vehicles that are mission-oriented. These machinery provide unparalleled capabilities under the ATVking name brand. Manitex's range of lift machinery range from 25 ton military lift trucks to 300 ton shipyard transporters to 5000 pound trailer mounted models. Each and every model performs superbly and is efficient and reliable. Manitex LiftKing is a leader within the North American material handling business. They make a complete line of Steel Mill Equipment products, Specialized Carriers, a huge variety of Rough Terrain or RT Forklifts in addition to Highly Specialized Mission Oriented Vehicles. Manitex is as diversified like their customer base. There are more than 6000 Manitex LiftKing machines presently in use all around the globe. The corporation has a Dealer network of over 170 dealers which sell models everywhere around the globe. The extremely knowledgeable dealers are able to help fix any problems and specialize in lessening any downtime. They want you get back to work as quickly as possible and achieve your bottom line. More

  • Clark manufactured the world's first forklift truck during 1917. Since then, Clark has been an international leader in the manufacture and supply of forklifts. The company's technological advancements have time and again revolutionized the material handling industry in the world. At present, Clark has made more than 1 million units. Clark manufactures a wide variety of forklifts ranging from 1500 to 8000 kilogram capacities. Lift trucks consist of gas, electric and diesel forklifts. Clark engineers lift trucks for outdoor and indoor application on semi-improved surfaces. Applications include manufacturing, warehousing, storage yards and lumber handling. Clark also manufactures electric reach models utilized for narrow aisles as well as electric tow tractors. Clark Electric Reach Trucks Clark electric reach trucks are designed with 100 percent AC technology for utmost efficiency and performance while enjoying reduced operating costs. Clark electric reach trucks have from 1000 - 2500 kilogram capacities. They are best for today's narrow aisle applications that need reliability and performance. Clark Internal Combustion Forklifts Ranging from 2000 to 8000 kilogram capacities are Clark's selection of diesel and gas forklifts. These kinds of trucks have durable pneumatic and cushion tire choices. They are suitable for demanding warehousing, manufacturing, and materials handling environments. Clark Electric Forklifts Clark's 200 percent AC, electric lift trucks are dependable in demanding manufacturing and distribution applications. They are ergonomically designed for optimum operator safety and comfort. Clark "E-volution" Range The oldest name in forklifts is currently leading the way in an E-Volution of the forklift with really efficient electric models for a greener world. Clark Tow Tractor The electric tow tractor that has at least a 4000 to 7000 kilogram towing capacity is the Clark CTX40/70 model. This model is efficient and reliable for transporting multiple trailer loads. The Clark tow tractor is designed with a comfortable and safe operator's compartment. The tow tractor promises consistent reliability and durability. More


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