Located in the Scottish Highlands, the Tullibardine Highland Scotch Malt Whisky distillery produces, ships and sells globaly over three million litres of acclaimed whisky per year. It is one of the few distilleries in Scotland to distil, mature and bottle all on one site. Operating in warehousing and storage areas where whisky vapour emissions can be present, it was essential that any material handling equipment operating at the facility could be easily adapted with fire protection systems which provide audible and visual warnings of potential fire hazards.
The Crown Wave and C-5 Series gas forklift increase productivity in a challenging environment
For connoisseurs of vintage caravans, Bend – a town in the heart of the beautiful Oregon landscape – is truly a paradise. It is home to Flyte Camp, a business devoted to the restoration of these classy vehicles. Before long, a number of popular TV networks got to hear about Flyte Campe’s passionate owners. To meet the challenge of completing multiple projects while ensuring the highest levels of safety and productivity, Flyte Camp chose Crown’s Wave Work Assist Vehicle and the robust Crown C-5 Series gas forklift for their daily business.
Crown offers an optional, innovative hard cabin for the C-5 counterbalanced gas-powered forklift truck that sets new standards of comfort, all-round visibility and ergonomics.
The automotive-class cabin offers expansive legroom and headroom and is characterised by a host of thoughtful details that set new industry benchmarks, making the C-5 truck suitable for use in every conceivable working environment. Mounted on vibration dampers which isolate it from the chassis, the cabin is also almost entirely vibration-free.
Terex Trucks, a division of Volvo Construction Equipment, is a global leader in the manufacture and supply of rigid and articulated earthmoving haulers used in light mining, aggregates and quarrying, general construction and road building.
Gold Metal Recyclers is one of the largest metal recycling companies in the United States. The Dallas processing yard encompasses about 38 acres and ships approximately 200 to 300 trailers of scrap metal and concrete a week. Gas Forklifts are primarily used to transport the scrap from trucks to bailers or other types of processing machinery.