Having access to the best possible lifting equipment will greatly benefit staff health and productivity in any warehousing or manufacturing setting. The challenge lies in selecting the right equipment, which often involves a complex selection process and a considerable investment. No two facilities are alike in terms of size, layout or material handling requirements. This article takes aim at being a practical primer to get you started in the selection process – and an overview of what types of equipment is best suited for or can be adapted to suit specific tasks.
Work trolleys come in many shapes and sizes and can be adapted to transport just about anything. In manufacturing and warehousing facilities, the mobile battery-powered lifting trolley is a particularly useful variety.
Logistics, warehousing, manufacturing – and other industries where material handling plays a prominent part – unfortunately ranks among the most dangerous in terms of non-fatal injuries and illnesses.
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Material handling is a central element in any logistics, warehousing or manufacturing context. Items have to be moved across short and medium distances using methods that are as efficient as possible. In addition, it has to be done with ergonomics and staff health in mind. While identifying new and more effective workflows is always a challenge, there is no need to compromise on either efficiency or ergonomics.
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