Jungheinrich adds Li-ion models

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- 30 Jun 2022 ( #1083 ) - Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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Jungheinrich's new POWERLiNE trucks
Jungheinrich's new POWERLiNE trucks

Jungheinrich UK has launched a new forklift line with integrated lithium-ion batteries.

The new POWERLiNE trucks are much more compact and agile, which makes them particularly suitable for use in narrow aisles and goods throughput applications. The trucks, which are now up to 30 cm shorter, achieve an increase in area productivity of 4% and thus set new standards in terms of handling capacity and goods throughput.

With high exterior walls made of steel and many other safety features, Jungheinrich’s POWERLiNE trucks offer optimal protection for the operator. By eliminating the need to replace the integrated battery, potential injuries and breakdowns among warehouse staff are significantly reduced. Additionally, the new range provides operators with an ergonomically structured workplace, cushioned equipment, maximum freedom of movement and optimum ease of use.

Jungheinrich claims its lithium-ion trucks' high energy efficiency allows warehouses to reduce daily energy consumption by 20%, and thereby cut costs, compared to lead acid alternatives. In addition, warehouses will also reduce CO2 emissions. 

Phil Pearson, sales management director at Jungheinrich, says: “Jungheinrich has again set an industry standard with its POWERLiNE truck through integrating a lithium-ion battery, allowing warehouses to be taken to new heights in terms of agility, comfort, security, and, most importantly, efficiency, while dramatically increasing the productivity of their warehouses.

“The result for our customers is more agile vehicles that can fit in small areas, meaning their employees are able to work with greater safety and comfort in totally new conditions, all while relying on a CO2-neutral footprint until delivery.”

 

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