Inside Forkliftaction
There have never been more power options for materials handling equipment, and each technology claims to be superior to its rivals.
This week, for example, we report on a company which opted for lead-acid batteries to replace its IC fleet.
At the same time, there's significant growth in lithium batteries. And then, as we also report in this newsletter, there are fuel cells.
And, as if that's not complicated enough, proponents of combustion engines also have to think carefully, with Europe's new Stage V restrictions poised to come into effect next year.
So, it's not just a matter of what capacity you need for your lifting and moving, but also how you're going to power it. And that decision is not just based on cost, but also on the types of shifts you run and what kind of environmental impact you find acceptable.
Your Focus
Featured Business
Doosan Industrial Vehicle Co., Ltd.
Committed to innovation, new technologies & talented individuals.
Latest Jobs
West Haven, United States
Louisville, KY, United States
South Bend / Elkhart, IN and surrounding area, United States
SantaFe Springs, United States
Paducah, KY, United States
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Louisville, Mississippi, United States
Editorial Calendar
1. MH MANUFACTURING IN NORTH AMERICA - Nov/Dec 2020
2. ENERGY SOLUTIONS – March 2021
3. AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS – May 2021
4. PEDESTRIAN OPERATED FORKLIFTS & MOVERS – Sep 2021
5. FORKLIFT INNOVATIONS – Oct/Nov 2021
Upcoming Events
November 9-13, 2020 - Online, United States
October 27 - 29, 2020 - Online, United States
Movers & Shakers
vice president of operations
KION, United States
vice president, customer service
KION, United States
vice president, sales and dealer development
KION, United States
vice-president of marketing
Cisco-Eagle, United States
Inside Forkliftaction
There have never been more power options for materials handling equipment, and each technology claims to be superior to its rivals.
This week, for example, we report on a company which opted for lead-acid batteries to replace its IC fleet.
At the same time, there's significant growth in lithium batteries. And then, as we also report in this newsletter, there are fuel cells.
And, as if that's not complicated enough, proponents of combustion engines also have to think carefully, with Europe's new Stage V restrictions poised to come into effect next year.
So, it's not just a matter of what capacity you need for your lifting and moving, but also how you're going to power it. And that decision is not just based on cost, but also on the types of shifts you run and what kind of environmental impact you find acceptable.
Your Focus
Featured Business
Tailift Material Handling Taiwan Co.,Ltd.
Focused simply for the new era.
Latest Jobs
West Haven, United States
Louisville, KY, United States
South Bend / Elkhart, IN and surrounding area, United States
SantaFe Springs, United States
Paducah, KY, United States
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Louisville, Mississippi, United States
Editorial Calendar
1. MH MANUFACTURING IN NORTH AMERICA - Nov/Dec 2020
2. ENERGY SOLUTIONS – March 2021
3. AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS – May 2021
4. PEDESTRIAN OPERATED FORKLIFTS & MOVERS – Sep 2021
5. FORKLIFT INNOVATIONS – Oct/Nov 2021
Upcoming Events
November 9-13, 2020 - Online, United States
October 27 - 29, 2020 - Online, United States
Movers & Shakers
vice president of operations
KION, United States
vice president, customer service
KION, United States
vice president, sales and dealer development
KION, United States
vice-president of marketing
Cisco-Eagle, United States
Inside Forkliftaction
There have never been more power options for materials handling equipment, and each technology claims to be superior to its rivals.
This week, for example, we report on a company which opted for lead-acid batteries to replace its IC fleet.
At the same time, there's significant growth in lithium batteries. And then, as we also report in this newsletter, there are fuel cells.
And, as if that's not complicated enough, proponents of combustion engines also have to think carefully, with Europe's new Stage V restrictions poised to come into effect next year.
So, it's not just a matter of what capacity you need for your lifting and moving, but also how you're going to power it. And that decision is not just based on cost, but also on the types of shifts you run and what kind of environmental impact you find acceptable.
Your Focus
Featured Business
E-P Equipment Co Ltd
Manufacturer of materials handling equipment and associated components.
Latest Jobs
West Haven, United States
Louisville, KY, United States
South Bend / Elkhart, IN and surrounding area, United States
SantaFe Springs, United States
Paducah, KY, United States
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Louisville, Mississippi, United States
Movers & Shakers
vice president of operations
KION, United States
vice president, customer service
KION, United States
vice president, sales and dealer development
KION, United States
vice-president of marketing
Cisco-Eagle, United States

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