Discussion:
Exalt forklift ?

What has happened to the launch of the forklift that Exalt(Davelift) has been saying to my knowledge for the last 3-5 years.
Fake news IMO
  • Posted 20 May 2019 02:34
  • Discussion started by yorkshirelift
  • United Kingdom
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Cris K I have noticed the same thing
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 20:28
  • Reply by triumphrider
  • Texas, United States
Interesting catches Yidneck. Hope to hear a logically explanation in the near future from the "Exalted One".
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 19:29
  • Modified 15 Jun 2019 05:14 by poster
  • Reply by johnr_j
  • Georgia, United States
Now some on ammonia as a fuel.
Richard Vere-Compton seems to be the inspiration behind Exalts ever changing power source,
Article shared on linkedin by Richard Vere-Compton.
"Regarding our technology, these are primarily units which today are powered by lead-acid batteries, and where typically three batteries are cycled constantly - one in use, one on charge and one cooling down. The most obvious applications are forklift trucks, golf carts and electric wheelchairs."


" The firm hopes to make a serious breakthrough in 3-5 years, when the most obvious prototypes have been developed, tested and marketed."
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 12:49
  • Reply by Yidneck
  • N.Y.
Some fun facts I gathered online for Exalt trivia.

by Stian Overdahl04 Jul 2012
Etali has announced that it will begin forklift production in Saudi Arabia by the end of the year.
David O'Callaghan, director at Etali Group, says the factory opening will "start a new era of forklift manufacturing in the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia".
He expects to see volume rise from around 200 units of the iLift forklifts by the end of 2013, to over 5000 units by the end of 2015 once a smaller range of forklifts has been added.
The Etali forklifts will be manufactured with MTU / Mercedes Benz engines.
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 12:43
  • Reply by Yidneck
  • N.Y.
Well ChrisK have you exposed the secret that a lot of top executives in the industry use me to post what they want on here, by emailing me their post for me to then put it on here or is this just a conspiracy theory. I can say that my English might change but its all me know one else even though I do like that idea.


John J yes, I do agree with you the only accidents that happen are all practically caused by human error. Because we know and understand this, we can work against it happening in our equipment. Now no one on earth can say they will get something 100% safe or if they do, they are lying.

But we have looked at every area we can in the refuelling of our trucks and have put in as many safe guards as we can to try to make sure something doesn't happen.

I will always remember talking to a CEO of a company who had to go and tell a family that because of an accident at work the wife's Husband and the children's dad will not becoming home. This is something that sticks with you for life. Not only the family but also the CEO.

Now as a responsible company we have put all the safe guards we can in place, and we trust they will work
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 07:00
  • Reply by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
exhalt,
1. Certainly a hydrogen plant explosion is a not a good thing..
2. But things like that happen not so infrequently - I lived in Texas near Baytown, Pasadena (nick name stink a dina) and there are many refiners in that general area - big time explosions - not an infrequent thing good thing especially when life is lost
3. There have been 3 very significant issues with nuclear reactors, Chernobyl (Russia), Three Mile Island (USA) and Japan (Fukushima).
4. Thousands of LP/Gasoline filling station explosion in the USA
5. People get electrocuted by lightning, fallen electric lines etc.
In a nutshell things happen but life does go on.
6. But as I've stated before there are hazardous issues with ammonia too. - the one thing you can't ever eradicate is the "human factor" in many of these tragedies.
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 06:25
  • Modified 14 Jun 2019 06:26 by poster
  • Reply by johnr_j
  • Georgia, United States
Except for the FACT that you can't back up the existence of your super truck. Your replies continue to be smoking mirrors and no real proof.

How many people do you have posting under the exalt name? It's not hard to see the differences in your grasp of the English language between posts.
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 05:59
  • Modified 14 Jun 2019 06:00 by poster
  • Reply by ChrisK
  • Kansas, United States
Well as far as I'm aware this is a free forum ware people can talk about what ever they like and not every body will agree with their view point but its an open free discussion.

Now unlike you I don't use rumours about anything in fact I use facts that can be quite easily checked. Now you said you have information from a supplier so OK who is the supplier that you have quoted.


Now the vast majority of the suppliers we use don't at the moment supply the materials handling industry and by you comment your suggesting that either Perkins or MTU have given you information on our company. Something I'm quite sure they wouldn't off done.

If you look at any of our post they can all be backed up by facts like the Hydrogen station exploding in Norway on Monday or the fact that Hyster paid $90 Million for a 75% stake in Maximal or that the Hyster company Nuvera had a EBITDA of - $35.2 million in 2018.




you also like to say people want honesty. From what I have been told off people who actually worked at Linde Heavy lift trucks in Merthyr Tydfil. It was our post about linde shutting the plant on here that made the bosses come clean.


Now you mentioned vendetta why would I think this was a vendetta. Its just some ill informed person trying to shown they know something when clearly they don't



Now have you now become the spokes person for the forklift industry.


also i only answer question on our product i have never started a post about our product unlike you who seems to have started this post to vent your issues
  • Posted 14 Jun 2019 05:30
  • Modified 14 Jun 2019 05:44 by poster
  • Reply by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Correct JohnR the music changes the stories will change the discussion will divert away from the subject.
I also heard a CAD drawing shown on a forum a couple of years ago the guy that produced it didn't get paid. This was a rumor from a supplier , maybe one of those suppliers where they were going to buy 200,000 engines from. Fake news just love it.
Needs to change his location too to Halifax.
And before you start back Dave its not a vendetta i just think this industry needs honesty and good discussion as said before not crap you post about a pipe dream !
@exhalt
yorkshirelift doesn't need to get the numbers right he has no skin in the game you've been touting. Whether the number be 2000 or 200,000, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly production rates are one of the keys to success. Of course these numbers are driven by projected annual sales - maybe those number come from market research or a the mystical "crystal ball".
In order to get to either of these number one must start by producing just1 - even if it is just 1working prototype for field testing. So far it seems you haven't done that - April has come and gone ( i.e.your last proclamation of launch your new baby).
  • Posted 5 Jun 2019 18:58
  • Reply by johnr_j
  • Georgia, United States
Well i have always said that the concept of the truck came from Shaw so there is nothing new there.

as for the 2,000 mast's and engines you need to get it right. It was 200,000 not 2,000.



No possible supplier has ever introduced me to any of the contacts i have.
  • Posted 5 Jun 2019 06:39
  • Modified 5 Jun 2019 06:49 by poster
  • Reply by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Agree , its the same fake news all the time its been going on for years what has Exalt Davelift produced ? a drawing done by someone else that got ridiculed on linkedin by someone at Linde!
The only reason he knows so much is his free jollies to suppliers saying were going to buy 2000 engines, 2000 masts , 2000 transmissions ect ect, David stop the nonsense you will never build a forklift , you were involved on the the back of a old Shaw F80 that revamped through H&R Industries years ago a video by Utley vision on how a forklift could be stripped in modular form !!
ive been in this game for over 60 years. So stop posting crap produce a truck thats genuine or dont post.
This site wants real news interesting news you reply then go off on a tangent to transfer away from the real deal or NO DEAL.
My prediction for 2024 is that you will STILL be telling us all about how great this super lift is going to be.
  • Posted 30 May 2019 22:28
  • Reply by ChrisK
  • Kansas, United States
I follow this guy named Gary on LinkedIn and he says this thing will never see the light of day.

Take it to the bank.
  • Posted 30 May 2019 05:27
  • Reply by stam
  • Ontario, Canada
Who ever thought that one up was using their brain out of the box, that is what I call smart.
  • Posted 29 May 2019 20:05
  • Reply by triumphrider
  • Texas, United States

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