NEW BREMEN, Ohio (February 23, 2012) — Interstate Warehousing, one of the top 10 refrigerated warehouse companies in North America, had a challenge on its hands: many of its warehouses were at capacity – except for the top positions in the rack because the majority of its product was too heavy to lift to those heights. Unfortunately, empty top positions were common in narrow-aisle, cold applications as no forklift in the industry had the capacity or capability to reach the necessary height to fill those positions. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (February 14, 2012) — Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s leading forklift manufacturers, today introduced the Crown TSP 7000 and TSP 6500 Series Turret Trucks featuring the company’s innovative MonoLift™ mast. The lift trucks establish new standards in warehouse throughput by offering faster lift speeds, more capacities, higher elevations, and greater operator control and comfort. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (November 7, 2011) – Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s leading forklift manufacturers, announced today that it has added a narrower chassis truck to its Crown RM 6000 Series of narrow aisle reach trucks with the MonoLift™ mast. The new model has a 42-inch wide chassis and can reach 400 inches while delivering up to 1,000 pounds more capacity at full height. The RM Series is designed with a patent-pending boxed-in cross section mast to reduce twisting and flexing associated with dual, upright, conventional masts.
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (October 31, 2011) – When Peerless Pump identified concerns regarding forklift operator load-handling visibility, the company’s warehouse management team turned to Crown Equipment as a capable partner to help resolve the issue. The answer was found in the Crown RM 6000 Series reach truck, which is the industry’s first narrow aisle reach truck with a MonoLift™ mast. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (October 31, 2011) – Peerless Pump wanted to improve visibility for its forklift operators. What the company got was improved visibility for its operators, as well as improved visibility into its entire operation.
Based in Indianapolis, Ind., Peerless Pump Company is one of the largest manufacturers of centrifugal pumps and systems for liquid applications. Formed in 1923, the company specializes in the design, manufacturing and servicing of various types of large built-to-order and engineered-to-order centrifugal pumps for various industries and applications, including municipal, agricultural, industrial and fire protection. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (August 18, 2011) – When Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s leading forklift manufacturers, began remanufacturing forklifts 10 years ago, it did so based on the principle that its Encore® line of renewed lift trucks should be the best in the industry. In recognition of this commitment, the company is introducing a one-year warranty with no hour limits on all major components of an Encore lift truck. The Encore warranty is currently the most comprehensive among all other major pre-owned forklift brands. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (June 9, 2011) — Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world’s leading lift truck manufacturers, announced today that respondents to a DC Velocity magazine survey ranked the company as a market leader for narrow aisle reach trucks, electric counterbalanced, stockpickers and pallet trucks. Respondents also put Crown at the top of fuel cell forklift performance as well as the lift truck manufacturer most associated with fleet management. Crown Equipment sponsored the survey conducted by DC Velocity, which is a national material handling publication. read more »»
NEW BREMEN, Ohio (February 8, 2011) — Crown Equipment unveiled today the Crown RM 6000 forklift, which is the first-ever monomast narrow aisle reach forklift for use in warehouses and distribution centers. The Crown RM 6000 is the industry’s first pantograph reach truck forklift that can reach 505 inches and deliver 1,000 pounds more capacity at height. The Crown RM 6000 is equipped with forks that travel upward at an industry-leading pace of 153 feet per minute. read more »»