Published 27-10-2020
| Article appears in October 2020 Issue

Yale expands UX range for targeted needs


Global warehousing and forklifts solutions leader Yale is expanding its range of UX series electric lift and tow trucks in Australasia for customers seeking international standards of service, quality and safety for their individual material handling needs – without buying features they do not need.

The new UX range is engineered to bring to a wider range of users Yale's value proposition – “Simply Efficient” – which has at its core the understanding that, if a forklift usage is only around four hours a day, companies do not need a more expensive forklift that has been designed to handle all-day, everyday applications.

The expanded UX family delivering this no-nonsense, uncomplicated approach to materials handling with efficiency and strong safety features now includes 3-wheel forklifts in 1600-2000kg capacity (pictured), pallet lift trucks in 1500kg capacity and stand-up and sit-down tow trucks in 3000-6000kg capacity respectively.

 “All are engineered to expand the long-established strengths of the Yale brand into wider markets seeking a quality, cost-efficient solution backed globally by service and customised solutions to meet users’ needs for applications requiring less frequent usage,” says Hyster-Yale Area Business Director, Pacific, Mr Mark Chaffey.

Yale is a leading provider of a full line of high-quality products, equipment and services, including electric, gas, LP-gas and diesel powered lift trucks, narrow aisle, very narrow aisle and motorised hand trucks.

Yale has positioned itself as a leading materials handling company that is ready to “move the world forward” post-COVID, where the nature of business is changing. “We’re ready to get back to work, and here to help businesses make the right adjustments to keep people healthy and safe while getting industries and the world moving again. We have the solutions to take on the challenges we’ll face in this ‘new reality,’” said Mr Chaffey.


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