Counterbalanced truck, B1

  • The most common type of truck.
  • The counterbalanced truck carries the load ahead of the front wheels. A heavy weight at the rear plus the truck’s own weight mean that the truck does not tilt forwards.
  • Used for a number of different tasks – both indoors and outdoors.

High-lift ride-on stacker, B2

  • The ride-on stacker is mainly used for transport and stacking work in indoor warehouses.
  • Both seated and standing operator positions occur.

Reach truck, B3

  • A high-lift truck where the mast can be displaced.
  • Mainly used for pallet stacking in pallet racks indoors, particularly in confined spaces and where the load has to be lifted high.
  • With the mast extended, the reach truck operates as a counterbalanced truck, and with the mast in the retracted position it operates as a support arm truck.

High-lift order picking truck, B4

  • The operator’s seat is lifted at the same time as the fork arms/load platform.
  • A high-lift order picking truck is used for manual picking of goods at high heights.

Narrow-aisle truck, B5

  • The truck that requires least space.
  • Lift height up to approx. 12 m and is usually used with high pallet racking. The truck can take out/insert pallets on both sides of the warehouse aisle using a turning fork unit or telescopic forks.

Four-way truck, B6

  • The truck can be adjusted so that it can be driven sideways.
  • Suitable for lifting oblong goods.
  • A four-way truck combines work in narrow aisles with handling of oblong goods.