Reach Truck Training
Reach truck or the Raymond Reach, named after its inventor corporation, has been of extreme importance in re-inventing the way warehouse spaces are managed. Reach trucks freed companies from compulsion of using sit down counterbalance forklifts which offered limited functionality due to limited maneuvering and lifting height capacities. Due to its revolutionary design, reach truck can fit and turn in half the space required by a counterbalance, can lift to heights twice as much as counterbalance forklifts and has the ability to extend or retract its forks for variable base of support.
The work of reach truck starts where work of counterbalance ends. When counterbalance forklift has offloaded consignments in dock area, reach truck enters the picture to properly stack the freight in racking locations, along with retrieving goods from there as well. Some of the most trusted manufacturers of reach trucks include Raymond, Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown. Reach trucks are powered electrically while employing hydraulics for lifting actions. The basic principle being the same, an operator trained on one type of reach truck can adapt to any other type effortlessly.
A thorough training in the operation and mechanics of reach truck is important prior to start operating any one of these machines. Our reach truck training courses enable the participants in proper operation of these equipments. Participants are instructed regarding safe and proper use of reach truck, importance of doing the pre-operational safety check and its proper usage.
We vouch for a safe working environment and an accident free industry.
A safe working environment allows for more productivity and lesser loss of work. Participants who are undergoing reach truck training should opt for counterbalance training as well to completely understand the difference in two and to increase their marketability and work potential.