Fuel cells have been heralded as the green solution to cars. Much money has been invested into research and development for making the technology work in the car market, reducing emissions and making the air we breathe cleaner. While scientists are working on putting the technology into the car market, new companies have also emerged looking into building fuel cell for … [Read more...] about Do Hydrogen Fuel Cells for Forklifts Make Sense?
How green is your Supply Chain? There are five fundamental questions that every environmentally pro-active leaders and managers needs to ask about their Supply Chains. It is generally accepted that environmental consciousness is now changing to being more pro-active, as organizations are discovering that it makes good commercial sense. Boards are asking managers … [Read more...] about Green Supply Chain Reduces Costs by 5%-20%
Food Logistics named Jungheinrich as one of the top 20 Green Supply Chain Partners for 2011. Readers of Food Logistics are invited to nominate each year a provider that has developed pioneering, innovative and creative products, services and programs to help their customers in the foodservice industry achieve sustainable or "green" goals. Jungheinch was nominated for its … [Read more...] about NEWS: Jungheinrich Top Green Supply Chain Partner
Which Is Better a Vertical Lift Module or Carousel? This is like asking which child is your favorite. Unless you have only one child, it changes depending on what is happening. Simply, horizontal carousels are the most economical. They are great for under 8 foot ceilings, they hit high productivity levels. You can change the units lengths and heights plus give you emergency … [Read more...] about Automation FAQ: Which is Better, a Vertical Lift Module or Carousel?
Hydrogen fuel cells are a viable and cost effective and green alternative to lead acid batteries for lift trucks. Nuvera talks to WarehouseIQ about the technology at ProMat 2011. … [Read more...] about Video: Nuvera shows off hydrogen fuel cells for lift trucks at Promat 2011