In order to help you in your forklift training or forklift refresher training, try our training test. Forklift training will reduce, or even prevent, accidents from happening on your site. It also trains operators on how to deal with difficult scenarios, such as elevated loads that can possibly tip the forklift over. Training is a core part of site safety, productivity and cost effective use of your equipment. Make sure you and your forklift operators are trained and given refresher training on a regular basis.
Read More »
Forklift attachments are accessories that allow your truck to lift, carry, crane, push, pull, hold, dispense, rotate and clamp with better efficiency. Most attach to the forks, but others, such as salt spreaders, are towed. Fork truck attachments come in a range of sizes and capacities, so there is an attachment for any workplace and any truck.Read More »
One of the most important factors in warehouse efficiency is the layout of the warehouse itself. A poorly conceived set up and floor plan can lead to hours of backtracking and downtime.Read More »
Getting a closer look at your performance data can lead to big improvements in your productivity. By gathering data on the little things, you can make big returns on your investment.Read More »
Forklift trucks that aren’t in use are draining your return on investment. Minimising downtime is essential to the smooth and successful running of your warehouse. If your forklift fleet is a core aspect of your business, you need to be avoiding breakdowns, delays and inefficiencies.Read More »
Total picking accuracy is the goal for any material handling operation, but how do you get there? Ensuring accuracy requires organisation, strategic flexibility and of course this often comes at a cost. This blog will help you figure out your cost-per-error and provides tips for improving your warehouse pick rate.Read More »