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When you look at the image above, do you get the feeling "cleaning is in progress"? Not so much, right? And, in a large plant, warehouse, or retail space, manual methods of cleaning are not just ineffective--they are inefficient!
Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are creating a fundamental change in the material handling industry. The longer runtimes, longer lifespan, fast charge capability, and reduced cost of ownership make adoption of lithium-ion power a clear decision.
It’s time to add a forklift to your fleet. Maybe it’s a replacement for an existing truck that’s outlived its usefulness. Or maybe your operation has evolved and requires more capacity or different capabilities.
When your operation needs to add a forklift, one of the earliest decisions you’ll face is “should I buy, rent or lease?” This post will focus on the lease versus buy decision and explain the advantages of the primary types of leases.
Downtime is a dirty word. We hate it. YOU, hate it. It is more than an “inconvenience”—it is expensive. Let’s discuss how you can avoid downtime as much as possible and keep your business—and your forklifts—moving forward.
Electric, LP or diesel, oh my! Which type of forklift should you buy?
Your forklifts have costs associated with operation and it's important that you know how much each one costs you per hour of operation.
Fleet management refers to the collection, analysis and use of critical equipment data to improve productivity and reduce costs. Fleet management programs, such as Morrison's free Maintenance Logistics:MX online program, keep a fleet running efficiently, on time, and within budget.
Just as you want to wear the most comfortable and effective shoes on your feet to depending on the job you are doing, good, proper tires on your lift truck are critical when considering the longevity of your equipment.