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NTP to launch new pallet mover


Thursday, 18 Mar 2010 ( #453 ) - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Local News Story
A new Jungheinrich pedestrian pallet mover will be launched by distributor NTP Forklifts at the Melbourne Materials Handling trade show in April.
A new Jungheinrich pedestrian pallet mover will be launched by distributor NTP Forklifts at the Melbourne Materials Handling trade show in April.

According to NTP national product manager Greg McNamara, the short drive unit length of only 450mm makes it ideally suited to light to medium applications such as retail stores, supermarkets or DIY stores.

The pallet mover has a 1,400kg capacity and is equipped with a powerful 1.0kw drive motor and maintenance-free batteries with an on-board charger as standard.

The materials handling show is co-located with the Safety In Action trade show at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, from 20-22 April.
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