Forklifts and industrial lifting trucks are integral to mobilising bulk goods and heavy equipment.
For all intents and purposes, conventional forklifts have long been considered the most practical solution for lifting, stacking, and transferring loads in warehouses, factories, shipping yards and freights terminals.
And yet, studies show that in Australia forklift operation can pose persistent challenges for businesses by hindering productive handling of goods, limiting warehousing space and accounting for a disproportionate amount of workplace injuries each year.
As a result, many Australian businesses have begun converting their forklift fleets to pedestrian stackers – also known as ‘walkie’ units – as their chosen carrying solution for handling loads on site.
This whitepaper demonstrates how Combilift’s range of pedestrian stackers can provide safer alternatives to traditional forklift models whilst boosting productivity and conserving warehousing space.
It also includes case stories from Bunnings and Jordan International Transport as to how the adoption of Combilift’s pedestrian lifting range has helped improve onsite safety and efficiency, thereby reducing operational costs.
To find out more, download the whitepaper using the form below.