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CLARK adds new products

Wednesday, 12 Jun 2019 ( #927 ) - Lexington, KY, United States
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The new HWXE and PWXE
CLARK Material Handling Company has added three new products – a pair of walkies and the OSQ – Order Selector Quick Pick.

The new Class III powered pallet jacks follow 12 months of internal design and testing and feature several upgrades over their predecessors. These include a larger drive unit, increased size drive wheel, increased operator’s compartment size, improved padding, new handle design and updated controller settings for better acceleration.

"These highly manoeuvrable, flexible and versatile new products are just one of the latest innovations we’re bringing to our customers. Designed for and around the operator, we’re very excited to share our new HWXE and PWXE with our dealers and end-users," says Scott Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing.

Meanwhile, CLARK claims its new OSQ is ideal for first- and second-floor shelf picking as "an excellent replacement for traditional ladders or rolling stepladders".  This product combines the attributes of elevating work platforms, order pickers and tuggers — all in a compact vehicle design.

"From ergonomic finger-tip controls and a roomy operator compartment, to the heavy-duty I-beam mast design and the three-point chassis design, this new product continues the CLARK tradition of bringing the latest and most innovative solutions to the materials handling sector," says Johnson.
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