Category: Handling, Lifting & Forklifts

Handling, Lifting & Forklifts

Jungheinrich switches exclusively to green energy

Effective immediately, all Jungheinrich sites in Germany, including the company’s six German production plants, will operate exclusively on green power. The transition of the foreign branches and plants to green electricity will follow. At the same time, Jungheinrich has begun to generate its own solar power and is gradually equipping its sites with photovoltaic systems…

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Jungheinrich joins ’50 Sustainability & Climate Leaders’ initiative

Jungheinrich has joined the ’50 Sustainability & Climate Leaders’ group of world-leading companies in the field of climate protection and sustainability. The 50 international companies from different industries participating in the campaign have set themselves the goal of taking a leading role in the fight against climate change and thus making their contribution to achieving…

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Feintool orders automated narrow-aisle warehouse from Jungheinrich

Feintool System Parts Obertshausen GmbH, a specialist in highly sophisticated components in the automotive industry for conventional and hybrid drives, has commissioned Jungheinrich to build an automated narrow-aisle warehouse at its facility in Obertshausen. The warehouse capacity totals 3,456 rack storage locations for pallets. The shelving system in the 42 metre-long warehouse has a maximum…

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Doosan launches low-cost range of IC engine forklifts

Doosan, manufacturer of robust high performance forklift trucks, has launched the NX Plus Series – an enhanced low-cost range of four-wheel Diesel and LPG powered counterbalance forklift trucks – the successor to Doosan’s entry-level GX Series. Designed to offer occasional users and small-to-medium size enterprises (SMEs) a reliable low-cost ‘buy new’ alternative to purchasing a…

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Japanese parcel firm installs ‘Mini Yellow’ technology

LiBiao Robot has supplied parcel sortation solutions based on its ‘Mini Yellow’ autonomous mobile robot technology to four sites operated by Yamato, Japan’s leading parcel delivery company. Cross-belt robots with a capacity of 30kg have been deployed at the facilities which are strategically located to process parcels destined for the major Japanese cities as well…

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