Is a Truck-Mounted Forklift Right for Your Business?
Princeton Piggyback Truck-mounted forklifts are usually mounted on the rear of a truck or its platform, where they can be dismounted in less than one minute. Goods can then be transported to their target destination in a variety of conditions. Compared to conventional industrial forklifts, truck-mounted forklifts are lighter and more agile, and they can be used in places where accessibility is a challenge.
Piggyback truck mounted forklifts are mounted on the rear of a truck or a trailer so they don’t take up valuable space on the vehicle.
A Piggyback truck-mounted forklift gives the driver the ability to load/unload cargo without having to wait for help. This improves the productivity of your operation. It also lets you deliver right to the spot where your customer wants it.
Piggyback Truck-mounted forklifts can be mounted and dismounted in 60 seconds and are ready to go to work immediately.
Piggyback Truck-mounted forklifts are lighter and more nimble. They can be used in places where accessibility and maneuverability can be a challenge – like construction sites.
Are you looking to grow your distribution business? Do you regularly deliver building supplies to construction sites? Are you handling waste materials and recyclables? Do you transport hazardous provisions like liquefied petroleum gases?
If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, then perhaps you should consider a Piggyback truck-mounted forklift. The next step is to choose the right Piggyback for your needs. Here are some questions to ask when evaluating your needs:
- What type of application will be your main focus?
- How much do you need to lift?
- How high do you need to lift your load?
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