lift truck

lift truck

[′lift ‚trək]
(mechanical engineering)
A small hand- or power-operated dolly equipped with a platform or forklift.
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That might make energy costs seem unimportant, but consider that in many applications, the operator must drive the lift truck to a battery charging or exchanging station--thus absorbing labor dollars on non-billable tasks.
Few fleet managers will be surprised to learn that a modern lift truck can collect data about every facet of its operation, well beyond the simple hour meter.
He is accused of stealing a Toyota fork lift truck, worth pounds 10,000, from Bradford Brothers on March 5.
There's never been a better time to consider a career in fork lift truck engineering," is the message from the Boards of the Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) and the British Industrial Truck Association (BITA).
When the lift truck forks are raised above 12 feet, a laser line displays on the pallet to show operators the fork position, helping lift truck operators more easily and quickly engage pallets," says Susan Comfort, Class II product manager for Raymond Corp.
Central Grocers purchased 220 GenDrive fuel cell units made by Plug Power to power the entire lift truck fleet at their new distribution center.
Mounting the RX2 requires no permanent lift truck modifications or lift truck downtime for installation.
The lion's share of lift truck sales in North America involve machines rated 3000 to 6000 lb.
com), a provider of lift trucks known for quality, reliability and customer service, announced today the addition of five new electric counterbalanced and internal combustion (IC) pneumatic lift truck families to its current product lineup in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Lincolnshire based firm Vacu-Lug Traction Tyres Limited has been fined after a worker died when the fork lift truck he was driving overturned at the company base in Grantham.
THE LIFT TRUCK MARKET in North America is at an all-time record high in the materials handling industry, according to recent data from the Industrial Truck Association (ITA).