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KAUP GmbH & Co. KG
Thursday, 10 Aug 2017 ( #833 )
KAUP’s contribution for efficient beverage logistics: the new Double Pallet Handler T429C.
Generally, modern logistics are only as successful as the sum of their components. Intralogistics especially, are dependent on an efficient interaction between forklift or industrial trucks and other warehouse technology. On the other hand, attachments for forklift trucks play an important part in intralogistics. Why?  

They turn every forklift and industrial truck into a multi-functional all-rounder and make efficient intralogistics possible. The company KAUP GmbH & Co. KG is a world leading manufacturer of such attachments for forklift trucks. Numerous KAUP attachments are also in operation in the food and beverage industries – successfully for many years.

Three of the most common types of attachment used in food and beverage manufacturing have recently been completely overhauled by KAUP: the Double Pallet Handler T429C, the Beer Keg Clamp 2T415B and Telescopic Forks T180CT. These attachments have been redesigned in compliance with changing customer and market demands. But what do the modifications achieve? A clear response: the sum of the individual improvements on all of the above mentioned ranges of attachments result in much improved visibility to the load and therefore quicker and safer transportation, lower energy consumption and increased residual capacity of the forklift truck. All key issues.

KAUP’s contribution for efficient beverage logistics: the new Double Pallet Handler T429C.
Designed for the Beverage Industry: new Beer Keg Clamp 2T415B to transport 18 kegs simultaneously.
KAUP’s new Telescopic Forks T180CT are designed with hydraulic synchronism.
In detail the new features are sometimes considerable. For example the new Double Pallet Handler T429C used inter alia for transportation of full and empty beverage crates now has an improved clamp body, fixed hose lines and new cylinders for fork adjustment. The main focus: quicker opening and closing cycles. Whereas, on Beer Keg Clamps, KAUP resorted technically to their bag of tricks. The company implemented detailed solutions which simplifies daily operation. For example the attachment can not only be used to transport kegs, but it is also suitable for the transportation of standard Euro pallets. Telescopic Forks are also used for transporting Euro pallets. They allow double deep loading and unloading of, for example, trucks and railcars. This can be done easier and more efficient with KAUP‘s completely modified Telescopic Forks T180CT as they are now fitted with hydraulic synchronism.

For more information please contact us!

KAUP GmbH & Co. KG
Customer Service
P: +49 6021 865-0
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About Kaup
KAUP has its origins in Leider, an urban district of Aschaffenburg. In 1894 a smithy was founded which later specialized in repairs in the field of ship and harbour equipment and was the forerunner of today's company. In the beginning of the 1960s the company, headed by Otmar Kaup, began with the manufacturing of attachments for forklift trucks. Later production was extended to include container spreaders and stationary equipment for material handling.
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