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Thursday, 22 May 2008 ( #361 )
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Veracitor VX series with a raised operator compartment.
Yale Europe introduces raised operator module
FLEET, United Kingdom

Yale Europe Materials Handling will showcase a new raised operator compartment for the Yale Veracitor VX range at CeMAT 2008 in Hannover next week.

With a 500mm (20 inch) higher operator position than the standard Veracitor VX series, Yale claims the raised operator module offers clear forward vision and better all-round visibility when using attachments and manoeuvring in tight spaces.

Common applications for the raised operator version of the Veracitor VX include the drinks production and distribution, paper, timber, plastics and automotive parts industries.

Jungheinrich's new tow tractor.
Jungheinrich launches tow tractor
HAMBURG, Germany

Jungheinrich will launch a new tow tractor, the EZS 570, in the northern hemisphere summer.

Built at the group’s plant in Lüneberg, Germany, the tow tractor can move trailers weighing up to seven tons and can be fitted with different couplings, making it adjustable to any trailer type.

It features three-phase AC technology, an automatically activated electric brake and speed control.
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