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NEX receives large UniCarriers order

Monday, 21 Jan 2019 ( #907 ) - Bedburg, Germany
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The NEX fleet includes includes seven UHD reach trucks
NEX Logistics, a subsidiary of Japan’s Nippon Express, has ordered a forklift fleet from UniCarriers for its warehouse in Bedburg/Erft, Germany.

The logistics service provider has added 37 new vehicles to ensure a smooth flow of goods.

From Bedburg, NEX Logistics handles deliveries to the entire EMEA region for a customer from the electronics industry. In addition to the forklifts, UniCarriers also supplied battery change systems solutions, which can replace the heavy batteries of the reach trucks automatically in just one minute.    

The delivery includes seven UHD reach trucks, 15 PPL low-level order pickers, 13 PMR pallet trucks and two EPH high-level order pickers.

UniCarriers has also supplied its VOM fleet management system, which monitors the operating time and documents any damage to the vehicles. The Battsman system is also in use to transport discharged batteries to a charging station where it picks up a full battery. The reach truck batteries, which weigh up to 800 kg, are replaced within one minute by a Fast-Track-Power-Plus system.
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