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What does it take to build a modern forklift? Contribute your insights

Thursday, 7 May 2015 ( #717 )
What does it take to build a forklift from the ground up?
June 18th, Forkliftaction News will publish another valuable insider report on the Materials Handling industry and this time we are starting from the ground up.

In "FORKLIFT BUILD 101" we take a look at what is involved in building a forklift from the ground up: the major components, how they work, new product developments, product requirements by oem’s, forklift operators and fleet managers.

What is your special interest?
Steel, tyres, hydraulics, masts, cabins, chains, engines, seats? What are the opportunities and challenges of forklift manufacturing faced by your segment of the industry?

Friday May 15th is the deadline for new contributors, put your suggestions forward.

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