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Toyota launches new order pickers

Thursday, 11 Oct 2018 ( #893 ) - Columbus, IN, United States
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One of the new order pickers
Toyota Forklifts has expanded its product line, introducing three new order pickers.

The company says its new products offer advances in efficiency technology with their optional Lift Logic Speed and Height Control System, enabling fast and easy picking.

The line includes Toyota’s first model in the class to offer a 36 v option that reaches a maximum reach height of 390 in. (10 m).

The three new models come equipped with AC drive and two models come standard with AC lift.

The entry-level model is a 24 v that lifts up to 240 in. (6 m). The mid-level model is also a 24 v and lifts up to 366 in. (9.3 m) with faster lift speeds than competitive 24 v models. Finally, the premium-level model is the 36 v offering.

Options across all models include mini-masts, pallet clamps, battery interlock switches, end-of-aisle slowdown and electronic passkey.

The new product line is built for customers in general warehousing, distribution, general manufacturing, retail, food storage, cold storage and more.

All three models are available now.
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