The Raymond Corp., Greene, N.Y., introduced two new trucks—the Model 8720 2nd level order picker with elevated platform, and the new Model 8410 pallet truck with 2nd level pick steps option.
The Raymond Model 8720 2nd level order picker with elevated hydraulic platform provides operators 47 inches of elevated height, increasing access to pick slots on the second, and in some cases, third load beam levels. With a 6,000- and 8,000-pound weight capacity, customers have the option to carry one, two or three pallets per trip to reduce travel and increase pick time in the aisle. In fact, this is said to be the only 2nd level order picker in North America that offers an 8,000-pound capacity with triple-fork length. Other productivity-driving features include an enlarged operator compartment for easier entry and exit as well as options to travel at height with simultaneous travel while lifting and lowering and hands-free platform lowering.
The versatile Raymond Model 8410 pallet truck with 2nd level pick steps option offers three heavy-duty, non-slip steps — accessible from either side of the truck — that lead to a picking platform for easy access to second-level load beams. Providing 44 inches of pick height access with forks elevated combined with versatile operation (ranging from dock to horizontal transport to low-level order picking) make it an ideal alternative to hydraulic-lift 2nd level order picker trucks for applications with less frequent trips to the second-level load beams.
The Raymond Corp.