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‘Smart’ stacker with power steering


Lencrow Materials Handling is now importing the ICEM brand of counterbalance stacker. These units are counterbalance like a normal forklift with the advantage that the operators do not require a license, making them ideal for small factories.

Boasting features such as power steering (standard) and capacities to 2000kg, they also run a large capacity traction battery and smart charger giving long duty cycle with easy battery maintenance.

All the sizes in the ICEM counterbalance range have tilt as standard without straddle legs in front, making loading and unloading trucks easy. The mast out in front also gives excellent visibility cutting down on damage to products.

“We have looked around for a long time to find a unit that was both user friendly and built to last, says Mr Ross Grassick of Lencrow. “We have already demonstrated these units to customers who don’t want to send them back.”

The ICEM units have lift heights to 4660mm with both two and three stage masts available including an option of side shift on all models.

Lencrow Materials Handling
1300 536 276

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