Discussion:
the End of Materials Handling as it is known today

The Materials Handling market is about to change. With only around six or seven of the world's manufactures serving. With in the next 10 years most warehouse will be completely different Companies like KION of China DAMATIC or TOYOTA of Japan VANDERLANDE will dominate the warehouse business with hole turnkey products. Pallet trucks, reach trucks VNA truck will all be replaced with automated equipment.

Counter balance forklift sales will also decline and be replaced with complete handling systems that will be able to move products around a facility with out the need of an operator. Out side the facility there will also be big changes Both Diesel and electric forklifts will be replaced with 100% zero emission products that will have much longer ranges then electric forklifts and will be able to handle loads up to 72,000kg while being 100% zero emission. Companies Like Hyster who have backed Hydrogen to the tune of up to $260 million investment will see this disappear as hydrogen forklifts wont be able to compete with the new technologies that will offer lower cost's ,no need for high pressure systems ,be less explosive and more cost effective than hydrogen.
  • Posted 22 Feb 2020 07:11
  • Discussion started by Exalteze
  • Halifax, United Kingdom
Exalt leading the way to a zero emission future
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You have my email drop me a email and meet up


Now just to clear up the name point, two of them I got looked out of the account, can't remember for the other change but I have always been the same
  • Posted 15 Oct 2022 06:19
  • Modified 15 Oct 2022 06:21 by poster
  • Reply by Letaq60n
  • W. Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Dave Dave Dave I thought you had left us but see your back again. Still living in Halifax are you?? Well something for you if your truck does exist then you will have at least a photo of it (not some photoshop crap though) I live about 9 miles from you so give me a time and a date an I'll pop round for a cuppa and you can show me them. I will then put a post on here saying yes the truck exists and everybody will leave you alone, do I expect an invite?? No but I might just pop round anyway Dave you never know
For info for others it's 4 names I know of he's used he used to be called Dave on here
  • Posted 15 Oct 2022 06:13
  • Modified 15 Oct 2022 06:15 by poster
  • Reply by lifter01
  • West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Why do you comment then, personally I don't really care what your opinion is , it's mine that counts to me.

You like to comment not me
  • Posted 14 Oct 2022 23:12
  • Reply by Letaq60n
  • W. Yorkshire, United Kingdom
@ Letaq60n
Guess you don't get it - not many folks give a hoot what you are posting - you earned that reputation all by your self.. It is mid October now suggest you make your final preparations to hibernate and take a long winters nap - this would be more productive 4 ya'.
  • Posted 14 Oct 2022 20:33
  • Modified 14 Oct 2022 20:33 by poster
  • Reply by johnr_j
  • Georgia, United States
"Have An Exceptional Day!"
Yeah, we know you don't have one to show.
  • Posted 14 Oct 2022 03:18
  • Reply by ChrisK
  • Kansas, United States
Like I said we will show our truck in our time table no one else as
  • Posted 14 Oct 2022 03:16
  • Reply by Letaq60n
  • W. Yorkshire, United Kingdom
I will call your bluff.

My name is Chris K (the name I use here)

I have been a designer for Landoll for 23 years now. We manufacturer the Bendi and Drexel lifts, every model I have had my hands on at one point in time, most of them more than once.

You can Google Landoll and find our website. You can see photos and videos of a real truck, not a cartoon. You can call one of our dealers and order one. We will build and deliver an actual truck.

Everything I said above I have already stated more than once in this trash thread.

Now, I did what you asked. No more dodging, no more BS, no more lies. Show us your truck or shut up.
  • Posted 14 Oct 2022 01:03
  • Reply by ChrisK
  • Kansas, United States
No what I was saying is companies will show their products when it fits in with them just like we will.
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 22:46
  • Reply by Letaq60n
  • W. Yorkshire, United Kingdom
at least they have something to show for it don't they?
just because they didn't show it in the specific truck they first advertised it for, they still produced it and are showing it in a different truck. it does exist now doesn't it. and they aren't the first ones, cat had introduced that HFC years ago but it never got off the ground good due to the expense of it, the maintenance program that supports it was so costly it flopped about as fast as it came into being, only large corporations put those in their fleets for the most part. The average mom n pop business could never be able to afford one and still can't.
but i digress...
it seems your deflection tactic has steered off topic now hasn't it?
and we get back to the same ole vicious circle of you avoiding showing proof of this miracle whip truck you supposedly have.
until you can provide solid evidence this thing exists (and i don't mean you saying it does as proof) this whole rehash of the same old debate is pointless and a waste of internet space.
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 21:55
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
You've been swooped!
swoop223@gmail.com
Yes thats a top pic forklift not the Reach Stacker for Valencia. To say this the Reach Stacker might be in Valencia we don't know and probably don't need to know.

One interesting point on the forklift is the range is only 8 to 10 hours with 15 min refuelling time. With the high costs associated to hydrogen people might say they are better of with battery electric.

We believe the best option is a IC engine hybrid, but to be zero emission it needs a zero carbon fuel. Ammonia offers the best option on this
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 19:58
  • Reply by Letaq60n
  • W. Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Dude reread what I stated. Did not state you used your "handle" on multiple sites. I stated you have used 3 different "handles" on FAC ( Forklift Action..Com) that I am aware of. Some people alson refer to you as Dave so maybe it is 4 different names.
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 19:55
  • Reply by johnr_j
  • Georgia, United States
"Have An Exceptional Day!"
And today in the News....Hyster has confirmed testing of a top-pick container handler powered by hydrogen fuel cells (HFC) at Fenix Marine Services in the Port of Los Angeles.
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 18:23
  • Modified 13 Oct 2022 18:23 by poster
  • Reply by Tat2dPete
  • Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Pete
Yes have you, what I have stated is facts. Hyster did announce their hydrogen fuel cell Reach Stacker in about 2019, yes no one has seen one, yes from the summer they had not delivered it to Valencia. So how can this be liable for a law suit.

Now what you people put about me and my project now that can be liable for a law suit
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 16:49
  • Reply by Letaq60n
  • W. Yorkshire, United Kingdom
So you continue to bash other truck manufactures with no proof that you even have a truck?
Ever heard of a liable lawsuit?
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 08:46
  • Reply by Partsguy5
  • California, United States
A number of years ago Hyster said about a hydrogen fuel cell reach stacker. Has it ever been shown in public no , has it been delivered to the port in Valencia for test don't know. Should I know no would Hyster tell me no does this program exist yes
  • Posted 13 Oct 2022 08:43
  • Reply by Letaq60n
  • W. Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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