Author : Molokini
At the International Materials Handling Exhibition (IMHX) 2016, visitors had the chance to see how tough Hyster® trucks are meeting the needs of demanding applications at various stages of the supply chain – from ship to store to factory floor.
“With built-in quality and toughness, the broad range of Hyster® trucks ensures that the right truck can be chosen for the specific needs of a materials handling application,no matter how big or small,” says Kate Pointeau, Brand Manager for Hyster. “Visitors to IMHX saw how this can help reduce fuel usage, optimise fleet size or reduce maintenance and day to day operating costs.”
A new version of the Hyster®“Cool Truck”was previewed at IMHX where a H2.0-3.5FTforklift has been adapted for the recycling and paper industries.
“We are personalising the customer experience with more choice and added value than ever before,” says Kate. “I’m pleased that so many visitors were able to experience this first hand at IMHX.”
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