Editorial Calendar

The forkliftaction news team plans the following editorial feature articles:

1. ENERGY SOLUTIONS – March 2021
2. AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS – May 2021
3. PEDESTRIAN OPERATED FORKLIFTS & MOVERS – Sep 2021
4. FORKLIFT INNOVATIONS – Oct/Nov 2021
5. REDUCING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT – Feb/Mar 2022
6. MH MANUFACTURING IN EUROPE – Apr/May 2022

Read previously published feature articles

Inside Forkliftaction

Lately, we have commented on two noticeable phenomena - the rise of warehouse automation and the number of new forklift models being pumped into the market.
This week's newsletter reflects both of these themes which seem to have characterised our reporting for the year.
So, while other sectors appear to be
...Continue Reading

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

Inside Forkliftaction

Lately, we have commented on two noticeable phenomena - the rise of warehouse automation and the number of new forklift models being pumped into the market.
This week's newsletter reflects both of these themes which seem to have characterised our reporting for the year.
So, while other sectors appear to be
...Continue Reading

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.

Inside Forkliftaction

Lately, we have commented on two noticeable phenomena - the rise of warehouse automation and the number of new forklift models being pumped into the market.
This week's newsletter reflects both of these themes which seem to have characterised our reporting for the year.
So, while other sectors appear to be
...Continue Reading

Fact of the week

During the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, Japanese athlete Shizo Kanakuri abandoned the marathon but failed to notify race officials. They considered him missing until 1967, when they found he was alive. He was offered the opportunity to complete his run, which he accepted and completed the marathon in 54 years, 8 months, 6 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 20.3 seconds.
Inside Rome's Secure Vault for Stolen Art
Some of the art is real, some fake, but all items stored in the vault had a brush with the criminal underworld.