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In the start of the 20th Century, lift trucks were initially introduced. They have come a long way ever since the very first models. Their original purpose was to transport materials in an effective manner. This is still the key goal. There are a variety of different kinds of lift trucks used in the material handling business.

Motorized Pallet Truck Rider Type
Ride-on lift trucks are motorized versions of pallet jacks. These machines are usually used to move pallet trucks over extreme distances, sometimes between different departments or storage areas. There is another type known as the walkie version. This type lacks the higher speeds and the operator platform. Hi maneuverability and low cost make these vehicles a wise alternative for operations where frequent load movement is required. Some of the common options consist of double pallet length forks which allow you to move 2 pallets in one trip.

Electric Counterbalanced Lift Truck
The Electric Counterbalanced Lift Truck is capable of stacking and racking loads, used to move pallet loads, as well as load trailers throughout a facility. This kind has a huge array of attachments available and should have a wide aisle for turning.

Internal Combustion Counterbalanced Lift Truck
Electric trucks have functionality like an internal combustion counterbalanced lift truck. Propane models are able to be used both outdoors or indoors as long as there is ample ventilation.

Order Selector
There are man-up kinds of vehicles that are specifically designed for hand loading less than pallet load amounts into and out of selective rack. The VNA or also referred to as very narrow aisle vehicles works in aisles less than six feet wide. These Order Selectors are also called Order Pickers.

Reach Truck
The very narrow aisle or narrow aisle lift trucks are used mostly for racked pallet storage up to 8 to 11 feet. Double-deep versions load pallets 2-deep in special double-deep racking systems. These types of reach trucks are very efficient and could make racked pallet storage a more streamlined procedure.

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