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Hyster adds factory-fit attachments


Wednesday, 23 Jan 2019 ( #908 ) - Surrey, United Kingdom
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Hyster is offering factory-fit attachments
Hyster Europe is offering three types of factory-fitted forklift attachments as part of the original build.

The new attachments consist of various versions of two multi-pallet handler attachments and a 360-degree rotator attachment.

"Factory-fit attachment options make it easier than ever to select a complete handling solution with reduced truck preparation lead time," says Matt Hardy, industry manager for Hyster Europe. "By fitting the attachment to a Hyster forklift at the factory, we can provide our customers with consistent solutions and maximum performance."

The new factory-fit multi-pallet handler attachment helps customers boost productivity by handling one or two pallets, side by side, up to a maximum load capacity of 3,200 kg.  Depending on the needs of the application, UK/CHEP or EURO pallet options are available on selected new Hyster electric and IC 2 - 4.5 T models.

There are six attachment configurations available with the multi-pallet handler, with alternative fork lengths or sections, telescopic forks, alternative opening/closing ranges, and additional load stabilisers available on request.

Hyster Europe is now also offering a factory-fit 360-degree rotator attachment for use with selected new 2 to 3.5 T lift capacity trucks from both the electric and IC series. The rotators can empty containers or boxes and can be useful in applications where the working cycles require partial or full load rotation.

"To help maximise uptime, applications using the new factory-fit programme will be supported by their local Hyster distribution partner, whose engineers are trained to provide full servicing for the attachment," says Hardy.
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