Types of Lift Trucks: Choose the Right Lift Truck for Your Business

Posted in Forklifts, Materials Handling, News & Press, Products

Looking for a new lift truck for your business? In your search you may have noticed all the various types of lift trucks available for sale. Which begs the question, which one is right for my business? Lift trucks, also known as powered industrial trucks…

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4 Types of Materials Handling Equipment

Posted in Materials Handling

Material handling equipment is any tool used to aid in the movement, protection, storage, and control of materials and products. The equipment used to do so can be broken down into four main categories. Each category has a wide variety of useful equipment that makes…

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Heavy Equipment Safety Tips

Posted in Instructional, News & Press

Like anyone who works around heavy equipment, you know that having a healthy respect for these tools is not negotiable. No doubt you’ve heard a few horror stories about people who were careless with heavy equipment and paid the price for it, and chances are…

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Dock Ramps 101

Posted in Materials Handling, Products, Safety Equipment, Warehouse

If your business is doing a lot of shipping and receiving, a loading dock ramp can help increase both efficiency and safety. Dock ramps act as a liaison between your warehouse and vehicles, making up for differences in height, and filling the gap between truck…

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Meet Koke’s Heavy Duty Snow Plow Attachment

Posted in Forklift Attachments

Is your warehouse or construction site ready for winter? Put down the snowplow catalogue and get to know the Koke, Inc. Snobucket. Snobucket is a snow plow attachment that works with your forklifts, skid steers, pay loaders, and tractors. The Snobucket attaches to your existing…

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Is it Time to Replace Your Forklift Forks?

Posted in Forklift Attachments, Forklifts, Instructional

There is a lot riding on your forklift forks – literally and figuratively. If they break or malfunction while carrying a heavy load, not only can it lead to loss of product, but it can cause damage to property or the forklift itself. It can…

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Proper Safety Techniques for Operating a Self Dumping Hopper

Posted in Forklifts, Instructional, Materials Handling

Self dumping hoppers have built-in fork pockets that allow forklift operators to easily store and transport bulk materials. These low-cost units are designed to be perfectly balanced, so that they roll forward when they are dumping their contents and return automatically to the upright position…

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Dock Bumpers 101

Posted in Products, Safety Equipment

Dock bumpers are essential to protecting your dock, building, trailers and employees. The impact force of a backing truck can range from 100,000 to 300,000 lbs., potentially causing structural damage to your building and causing injury. Dock bumpers provide durable, economical protection against damage and…

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Steel Yard Ramps vs. Aluminum Yard Ramps

Posted in News & Press

Do you need an aluminum or steel yard ramp? The answer to this question lies mainly in the answer to another question: what you need the ramp to do? Check out our helpful infographic to compare aluminum and steel yard ramps and decide which yard…

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Risky Forklift Operations That Can Be Avoided

Posted in Forklifts

With proper training and best practices, most forklift-related injuries can be avoided. The following forklift safety tips will help you address four of the most common forklift risks, and prevent workplace accidents and injuries. Turnovers. The average forklift weighs several thousand pounds and can easily…

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