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The future of pallet jacks is here

14-12-2010
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EP equipment over the past decade has produced a wide range of economic and high quality pedestrian materials handling equipment.

Now the Lencrow Group is proud to introduce the next generation of powered pallet jacks.

The Maximin, released early this year, is a new lightweight powered pallet jack.

The 1500kg capacity unit is light and small enough to work in the back of trucks. This unit is designed to take the hard work out of goods handling.

The unit’s efficient electronic control and light steering makes operating easy. The units are equipped with 60 Amp hour batteries providing exceptional duty cycles.

The Maximin’s new design lifts the benchmark for materials handling in 2011.

The new units are now available through Lencrow Materials Handling.

The Lencrow Group
Ph: 1300 536 276
www.lencrow.com.au

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