Warehouse efficiency

Published:  30 July, 2014

ATLET says every good logistics manager knows that the art of profitable warehousing and distribution is to achieve the swiftest, safest, most reliable and most cost-effective handling of goods between points. This means ensuring that every single inch of storage space pays its way. But while many warehouse designs consider the best use of the width and depth of the building, far less make the best use of the height, especially in warehouses where a wide aisle storage configuration is required.

Creating additional height and storage capacity means being able to reach and use that space easily and Atlet says that’s why it introduced the Tergo UHX, the first reach truck to offer a 1,000kg lift to 12.75 metres. The top-of-the-range Tergo UHX can enable operators to increase their storage capacity within a current warehouse footprint.

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