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Toyota adds stacker trucks


Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015 ( #735 ) - Brussels, Belgium
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Toyota's new SPE160
Toyota Material Handling has released a new range of platform stackers on the European market. The new BT Staxio P-series includes 11 models from 1.2 - 2.0 T and shares many characteristics with the award-winning BT Levio P-Series powered pallet truck that was successfully launched last year.

The BT Staxio SPE range was designed for horizontal transport and stacking in intensive applications.

The SPE120/140/160/200 fixed support arm models are designed for open pallet handling; the SPE120L/140L/160L/200L models with elevating support arm are meant for use on uneven floors or double load handling; the SPE140S straddle support arm model works with different pallet sizes; and the dedicated double stackers (SPE200DN/200D) with a special narrow version are recommended for intensive loading and unloading applications.

The new BT Staxio P-series reaches 6 m lift height and boasts 10 km/h drive speed.

The SPE is built around the operator with low noise and vibration, 180° powered steering with ergonomic handle and an adjustable steering arm height, which ensures that working with this range is a pleasure.

Safety is enhanced with the Totalview concept, allowing excellent visibility through the mast to the fork tips at any height. Driver protection solutions consisting of foldable gates, fixed sideguards or backrest and speed control when cornering support the smooth and safe handling of goods.

Toyota Material Handling has also extended its BT Staxio W-series with seven new models. The new heavy-duty pedestrian SWE range includes 1.40, 1.45, 1.6 and 2.0 T models.

Both new ranges are also available as cold store versions.
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