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Linde releases ride-on pallet

Thursday, 12 Oct 2006 ( #281 ) - SYDNEY, New South Wales, Australia
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Linde Materials Handling Australia Pty Ltd has released a ride-on pallet in Australia with a unique 45-degree angle offset driving position.

The T20SP pallet truck has been launched globally and was released in Australia two months ago.

The 45-degree angle operator driving position "removes physical constraints linked to the usual driving positions", a Linde statement said.

Linde Materials Handling Australia NSW sales manager George Pappas said the ride-on pallet allowed an operator’s feet to twist and move around from a fixed standing position and that was particularly useful when reversing.

Linde Australia general manager sales & marketing Andrew Satterley said another feature was a "diagnostic plug" at the front of the pallet truck. He said the plug made it easier for service technicians to access the pallet’s data to identify and fix problems.

Linde Materials Handling Australia was formerly a division of Linde AG. It is now a division of materials handling company Kion Group, which represents Linde, Still, and OM brands.
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