Six signs you need to re-evaluate your lift truck power
Today’s manufacturing and distribution operations face unprecedented competitive pressures, with a challenging labor market, rising commercial real estate costs and e-commerce growth all coming together to mandate greater efficiency. In the quest to make the most of available resources, companies are investing in automation, adjusting workflows, collecting data and more.
But what about lift truck power?
The right lift truck power choice can go a long way in improving operational efficiency. For example, different power sources place varying burdens on labor to replace, charge or refuel, they require disparate amounts of space to house refueling, charging and changing infrastructure, and come with different upfront and long-term costs.