Stacker trucks are primarily used for stacking pallets at a range of heights, but they're very versatile machines, and perfect for moving pallets around a warehouse. Our sit-on/ride-on stackers have been designed with operator usability and ergonomics as the focus.
The sit-on/ride-on range offers a wide range of possible options and different capacities, making it suitable for a wide range of duties: from heavy industrial to light handling tasks, from intensive 24/7 shift work to intermittent usage. For multi-shift applications, the battery is placed on rollers, for quick and easy sideways changing.
To enhance operator wellbeing and productivity, the controls are intuitively laid-out and easy to access. A fully adjustable power steering wheel and control panel make it easy for your operators to find their perfect driving position, and a large writing surface and practical storage space come as standard.
The cost-effective stacker range is designed for mixed materials handling, such as stacking and internal transports. Our design allows almost continuous driving time, and high drive speeds and lift/lowering speeds add to a high throughput and increased productivity. The trucks handle “open” load carriers with standard straddle legs, and closed load carriers between wide straddle legs. A wide range of options mean that it can be designed and procured with its exact application in mind.
Accidents can happen, especially in a material handling environment where trucks are transporting goods in tightly packed spaces. As our trucks are designed with operator safety as our top priority, we can confidently say that our products are amongst the safest on the market.
We’re really proud to be recognised for our commitment to safety by the Fork Lift Truck Association Awards 2018. Our safety features are built to last and take into account how they’re actually used in real-world environments.
We view truck sales as a long-term strategic partnership, taking a consultative approach to understand your operations, processes and workforce, and bringing in factors like servicing and maintenance when looking at total cost of ownership.
Taking a holistic view of materials handling, by far the biggest cost is the operator, so we will help you identify any areas where a more efficient truck would boost productivity and lower costs.
Maximising up-time, the truck's computer has a built-in troubleshooting system that simplifies fault diagnostics. No special tools or computers are needed to fix the truck which shortens repair times.
TCM’s extensive pan-European dealer network means that not only will you have an experienced, understanding partnership pre-sales, but the after-care and any servicing is handled by your local experts quickly and professionally.
TCM trucks are modular built with our unique shared components philosophy, enabling quick and easy servicing for maximum uptime — even in 24/7 operations and heavy-duty applications.
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