Australia’s most awarded disc brake rotor manufacturer is relying on Crown material handling equipment to help it keep up with the strong global demand for its products.
Disc Brakes Australia (DBA), which distributes its high quality, patented design disc rotors to Australia and the world from its busy Sydney factory and warehouse, is using a range of Crown lift trucks including RR Series reach trucks, a CG Series LPG counterbalance forklift, Wave® Work Assist Vehicles® and WP Series power pallet trucks.
The company has been using Crown products for over 16 years in Sydney and other locations around Australia because of their functionality, durability and reliability in difficult conditions, and a strong relationship with Crown’s sales and service staff. read more »»
Crown Equipment’s driver training division has launched an innovative new course designed to reduce accidents associated with the use of double-deep and single deep racking systems.
The course was initially developed in conjunction with Customised Solutions, a business unit of Toll Group, to build competency within its workforce. It is now available for all Australian reach truck operators through Crown Commercial Training’s locations nationwide.
The double-deep training course focuses on safe and efficient methods for approaching, departing and monitoring loads when placing and picking pallets from steel storage racking systems. read more »»
Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s largest material handling companies, today released a new ecologic™ report that underscores the company’s commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability. The report highlights Crown’s recent global efforts to minimize waste, manage energy use, and maximize product and facility lifespan.
The report also emphasizes Crown’s efforts to explore and implement ecologically conscious practices in every facet of its business, illustrating a commitment to employees, communities and customers. Successes include the redevelopment of more than half a million square meters of brownfield space to date, five facilities achieving zero landfill status, and Crown’s New Knoxville plant earning the first-ever, gold-level Environmental Excellence Award from the Ohio EPA’s Encouraging Environmental Excellence (E3) program. read more »»