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CLARK Material Handling Electric Advancements

Thursday, 6 May 2021 ( #1024 )
Since the invention of the first lift truck in 1917, CLARK Material Handling has been on the forefront of delivering material handling solutions to meet customer needs. CLARK electric solutions, such as our ECX electric forklift - the ideal choice for demanding manufacturing and distribution applications, continue to be the perfect answer for a variety of customer needs. And coming soon, our solutions advance again! This summer CLARK is launching our brand-new S-SERIES Electric three-wheel forklift capable of lifting up to 5,000 pounds. This newly designed product includes all the advancements of the S-SERIES family in a powerful electric forklift. Just a few of those advancements include:
  • All-electric braking system with regen motor braking
  • Spacious operator compartment
  • Reduced-height overhead guard
  • Industry leading initial step height
  • Great right-angle stacking ability
  • The only OEM with a 5,000lb capacity electric three-wheel
  • Tall and short battery compartment options
Our new S-SERIES three-wheel electric lift truck extends our legacy with a SMART - STRONG - SAFE lift truck that meets the challenging and changing needs of customers. For use in manufacturing, warehousing, bottling and logistics - along with a variety of other instances - this new electric lift truck may soon become the workhorse you've been looking for. And while we're launching it the coming months and really can't show it to you yet, that doesn't mean you can't be one of the first to hear about it! Follow this link and be among the first to get information on this great new truck!
www.clarkmhc.com/forkliftaction
Once you've tried-out this next generation lift truck we're certain you'll understand why CLARK is Built to Last®. CLARK MATERIAL HANDLING USA 700 Enterprise Drive Lexington, Kentucky 40510 Tel:1-859-422-6400 Fax:1-859-422-7408 www.clarkmhc.com
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