The Raymond Corporation announced three new Class III lift trucks, each designed to keep operations moving smoothly and efficiently.
“Our company was founded on the idea of innovation in material handling, and these new trucks continue that tradition,” says Chad Kritzman, product manager at The Raymond Corporation. “With class-leading performance, a range of operator comfort and convenience features, available telematics integration and the versatility to take on a variety of material handling tasks and movements, the new Raymond Class III lift trucks are among the most capable we’ve ever built.”
From Raymond Corp.:
- Raymond 8810 Side Entry Pallet Truck brings maneuverability, comfort and productivity to a wide range of material handling and low-level order picking applications. With ergonomically designed features and easy access from either side, Model 8810 allows operators to work easier and ride more comfortably.
- Raymond 8530 Rider-Stacker is more economical than traditional standup counterbalanced forklifts and more productive than walkie stackers. Ideal for horizontal transport, low-level order picking and vertical pallet handling applications, Model 8530 can easily handle floor or first-level loads and can interface with racks and conveyors.
- Raymond 8630 Tow Tractor is ideal for high-capacity, high-volume transport and batch picking operations. It offers a full 15,000 pounds of towing capacity on flat surfaces to handle more carts and lower the cost per move. At just 33.25 inches wide, Model 8630 can easily work in tight, congested areas. Model 8630 can tow up to 7,500 pounds on up to an 11% grade, providing exceptional performance on ramps.
- Each of these three new Class III lift trucks are available with Raymond’s iWAREHOUSE telematics, giving fleet and facility managers the ability to acquire and analyze fleet, asset and workforce data by using a wide range of customizable insights, including fleet sizing, labor efficiency, asset maintenance and personnel and asset movement.