Usually, the receiving and shipping areas of any warehouse are the busiest for a business. The shipping docks are very congested, the trucks need to be compact, maneuverable and have great visibility. Lift truck operators who are working on a dock should be able to step on and off of their truck, during their entire shift. So as to solve all of your horizontal transporting dock needs, Yale spotlights the MPE unit.
Green Initiatives: The lift trucks have been designed with the newest types of alternative power technologies in recent years in order to be compatible with new technology. Some of the alternative power technologies include electric batteries, liquid propane gas or LPG and clean diesel.
Upholding their tradition, Yale was among the first to use working fuel cells in actual applications. The company has supported the adoption of greener technologies through field validation, extensive internal testing and analysis. They closely work developing innovative collaborations with different engineers to be able to create the best product available.
To be able to increase overall efficiency, lessen energy consumption and lessen toxic material content, Yale continues to investigate more efficient and advanced battery chemistries and newer technologies. The company strives to remain committed to these initiatives and this belief system is reinforced through participating in developing industry standards so as to carefully adopt these greener technologies in a reliable manner.
Recyclability is one more important consideration for the company in its lift truck design. Yale actively selects materials utilized in their machines taking in consideration recyclability from the beginning of the design stage. This is one of the many ways Yale tries to stay ahead of the competition and ensure their machinery makes less of a footprint compared to other forklifts in the field. By staying on top of the latest technological developments and trying to help nature at the same time, they have secured themselves one of the leaders within the material handling industry.