Pedestrian Stacker Series “To Deliver More Operator Confidence”

20th June 2016

Logistics BusinessPedestrian Stacker Series “To Deliver More Operator Confidence”

Yale® Europe Materials Handling is to launch a new pedestrian stacker series which the company says will deliver “a range of customer benefits including excellent through-mast visibility and precise load lifting controls”.

The Pedestrian Stacker MS10-16 series supersedes the current MS series, and introduces a number of new features including redesigned controls along with a lifting and carrying capacity of up to 1.6 tonnes. Yale manager for warehouse products, Ron Farr, says: “Our new truck follows the Yale philosophy of designing around the operator’s needs. The result is a highly controllable and agile pedestrian stacker suitable for a range of user heights and experience levels.”

The new MS 10-16 series is ideal for businesses operating within smaller facilities where manoeuvring space is limited. Yale says that, “thanks to robust construction and broad usability, the MS 10-16 series reinforces the competitive edge of Yale” in storage rooms of supermarkets, small scale warehouses and cold stores operating to -30°C, industrial manufacturing, retail operations (such as DIY stores) and assembly operations.

The model introduces features including:

  • Redesigned steering and operating controls for easy moving and positioning 
  • Load lifting and carrying capacity up to 1.6 tonnes 
  • Excellent visibility through the mast, which allows the operator to clearly see the load and forks when collecting and depositing loads 
  • Proportional lifting and separate precision lifting controls for precise fork placement and for handling delicate loads