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Finding the Right Pallet Jack, Pallet Truck, Stacker or Lifter to Fit your Needs.

Transporting heavy and awkward materials is a real challenge in any environment. Minimizing downtime, preventing injuries, and handling a high volume of materials can become overwhelming without the proper equipment. Oftentimes, efficiency is dictated by the quality of the handling equipment in use. However, in many situations, the use of inadequate, outdated, or incorrect material handling equipment causes productivity to falter under heavy loads.

Handling any materials with improper equipment can be unsafe, time consuming and can reduce profit as a result. Most material handling equipment is designed for general material handling needs. Choosing the right equipment for your application can make the difference between productivity and wasted time and money.

Browse our whole selection of Jacks, Lifts, and Tilters or call at 1-800-233-8358

What's do you have to move?

Determining better ways to handle pallet loads in your warehouse is essential to peak efficiency.

The type of materials in your warehouse is handling an how you want to handle them should always be a crucial factors when investing in any kind of equipment.

For example, The Eagle55 pallet trucks have a ergonomic shaped handle and lever that provide comfortable operation while moving heavy loads at a very economical price.

In smaller warehouses, the Sidewinder pallet truck provides improved maneuverability with the ability to move backward, forward, left, and right. The sidewinder has the ability to move long loads down narrow aisles and turn on a dime while handling loads up to 3000lb.


Trucks that lift and tilt offer a more comfortable work position to provide a safer warehouse environment for employees who perform repetitive tasks that make them prone to injury due to continuous bending and reaching. For additional ease in handling pallet loads, there are several types of powered jacks, lifters, and tilters available.

For warehouses that handle a variety of pallet sizes use Multifunction Pallet Trucks such as adjustable fork width trucks or a low profile design.

Do you need to move pallets outside of a warehouse?
For material handling jobs that aren’t indoors, it is important to find a pallet truck that is ideal for a rough environment.

All Terrain Pallet Trucks are great on construction sites, lumberyards, nurseries or any other rough and uneven surfaces. These trucks feature pneumatic, air-filled tires specifically for outdoor use.

Do you have to lift your pallet even higher?

Depending on your height requirements,  a stacker might be the best option. Stackers come in a variety of different lift heights and weight capacities; Manual, self-propelled, and, counter-balance, models have an electric hydraulic lift mechanism. There are also hand operated winch models to fit your needs.

Determining whether a pallet load is better suited for manual, self propelled, hydraulic, or winch model stacker is essential.

Browse our whole selection of Jacks, Lifts, and Tilters or call at 1-800-233-8358

It’s your move!