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Buying used forklifts can be an affordable way to fulfill your material handling requirements, especially if you’re a small business. Used forklifts can offer the same level of productivity as newer models, especially when you already know the type of lift you’re looking for. Just like buying a used car, there are several key things… Read more »

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For workers in the material handling industry, safety is always one of the main concerns for workers and supervisors. But when it comes to loading docks specifically, safety should rule the day, as the combination of heavy goods and multiple moving parts makes the area especially dangerous forall workers. Here are some tips for keeping… Read more »

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As of the 25th of May, 2012, The United States’ Occupational Safety and Health Administration introduced a slew of new changes to their hazard communication standard. Revisions to this standard, also known as the worker right-to-know rule, are focused on reducing confusion about hazardous materials in the workplace. The changes to OSHA’s current standard will… Read more »

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When forklifts and other large pieces of equipment get damaged, it can bring work to a screeching halt. The problem is that some equipment repair services aren’t worth the hassle. You could get lucky and have a technician fixing the problem that day. But more often than not, repair service technicians take forever to get… Read more »

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When you’re looking to buy a forklift, the first thing you’ll ask yourself is, should I buy new or used? Many companies shy away from buying used because they think it’s much riskier. But the truth is, when you know what you’re looking for, buying a used forklift is just as easy as buying it… Read more »