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Determining Scrap Value for Your Old Forklift

At some point, every forklift – even the “old reliable” ones – must ride off into the sunset. Responsibly recycling your forklift – including proper forklift disposal – is a smart way to get the best value for your investment. Unlike some assets, an old forklift cannot simply be set

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Latest Trends in the Lumber and Wood Industry

The process of getting timber from its raw, untreated form to a finished product is filled with plenty of good old fashioned sweat, hard labor, chemicals, transportation, logistics, warehousing and plenty of other steps along the way. Without specialized forklifts to help manage all the cargo involved with lumber production

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Why Forklift Aisle Width Matters

Your warehouse is probably facing more and more demand to house the inventory that your customers want. With this increasing demand, it’s important that you make the most of your warehouse space by setting pallet racks in the most efficient way possible. This may mean a complete reorganization of your

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Forklift Operator Duties and Skills Needed to Succeed

What does a typical day in the life of a forklift operator look like? It all depends on assigned forklift operator duties and the workplace. There’s nothing “typical” about a forklift operator in a frozen food distribution warehouse and a rough terrain lift driver on a construction site. Those two

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How to Avoid a Forklift Tip Over

Forklift tip-overs are among the most common types of workplace forklift accidents. Mechanical issues and operator error are frequently to blame. These accidents can lead to serious injuries, fatalities, and damages to property and equipment.  As an employer, it’s important that your workers receive training to acquire the skills and

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