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Stacker trucks to suit your requirements

Stacker trucks are ideal for transporting pallets quickly and safely from A to B, but can also lift loads up to raised platforms. We offer the perfect solution for any transport distance or lift height. We are also happy to advise you regarding financing options for your electric stacker trucks.

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Choosing the right pallet truck for your needs depends, among other things, on the distance to be covered. Do you only cover short distances in your warehouse? In this case, our electric stacker trucks are ideal for flexible transport in pure pedestrian mode. Alternatively our solutions with stand-on platforms and optimised suspension ensure maximum comfort and ergonomic travel, even on uneven floors.

For medium distances, you should opt for electro-hydraulic stackers with combined pedestrian/ride-on operation, while long distances are ideally covered with our electric sideways-seated stackers in ride-on mode.

Stackers in all sizes

As well as length, the width of your warehouse aisles is just as important when it comes to choosing the right stacker for your needs. If your operation is dominated by block stacking and narrow aisles, you should use stacker trucks with a compact width. Alternatively, over long distances and in wide aisles you can offer your employees additional comfort by opting for wider trucks.

Different stacker trucks for different heights

With capacities between one and three tons, our stacker trucks will transport all your goods safely to their intended destination – be it at floor level or at lofty heights. With our electric high-lift pallet trucks, you can easily reach heights between 1600 and 3000 millimetres. Your employees can also use them as work tables, positioned at an optimum, ergonomic reach height. If you require additional height – up to 5350 millimetres for example – you will be better served by one of our pedestrian stackers.

Double-deck pedestrian stackers

Pallet truck and stacker truck in one: Our double-deck pedestrian stackers can transport two Euro pallets simultaneously with a total capacity of up to two tons. Compared with conventional trucks, our electric pedestrian stackers can complete your internal transport tasks at double the speed. This greatly increases the overall efficiency of your warehouse.

Like most things related to your business, the first step to solving any problem is to understand all the nuances and potential unintended consequences. What is the goal you’re hoping to achieve, and what are the available solutions to achieve it? This is no different when it comes to how you move product in and around your warehouse.

As with most decisions, options abound. When it comes to moving palletized product there are two main options: Forklifts and Pallet Stackers.

Both options have their strengths and weaknesses, and depending upon your needs, you’ll need to assess which option makes the most sense for you. So, let’s look at the pros and cons of each, and perhaps you’ll leave this piece with a better idea of what solution best fits your needs.

Pallet Stackers

Pallet stackers are nimble machines. They are more suited to single-shift work, as they’re powered by batteries, which will need to be recharged. The good news is they do not require the purchase and installation of expensive second-level charging outlets that can run up to $2,500. You can charge the pallet stacker battery by plugging into any 110-volt wall outlet.

Another added bonus for a pallet stacker is its price tag. While prices vary, a pallet stacker is often half the cost of a forklift. For those shops that have a single shift and lower throughput, a pallet stacker can be the prudent choice.

There are drawbacks to pallet stackers, of course. While nimble, you’ll concede raw power and lifting capabilities as they typically top out at 2,500 pounds of lift capacity and usually only lift 15’ or so. They also require an operator to walk along with the truck to operate it- sometimes not ideal if there’s lots of ground to cover.

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Forklifts

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Forklifts bring so much to the table, though they have a few drawbacks, too. This is where knowing your business and understanding your needs is vital.

If you have a heavy-use application, particularly if you require a two-shift operation, you’ll probably want to go with a forklift. Since the operator sits or stands on the vehicle, operator fatigue is dramatically reduced.

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Also, forklifts allow your operation to scale vertically, opening up storage space. A stand up or sit down counterbalanced truck is a good choice for lifts up to 17’ while its collapsed mast is still short enough for the truck to load/unload ‘over the road’ trailers. A reach truck, on the other hand, is designed to lift as high as your building clear height- as much as 45’ if needed.

We can help

As we mentioned, knowing what you need and understanding your business is the first step. You don’t want to find yourself paying more for a solution than needed, just as you can’t afford to have a solution that doesn’t quite fit the bill.

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The good news is you have resources at your disposal. Your local material handling provider has the expertise required to help evaluate your business needs and the solutions available to alleviate them. Are you in the market for new warehouse solutions? Now is a great time to get started on increasing throughput and elevating your bottom line.