What type of forklifts does Clark make?
Below is a rundown of the most common Clark forklift models and types and an explanation of each one. The images are for reference:
Narrow Aisle Reach Trucks
What is it? A narrow aisle reach truck is a forklift that can operate in tight environments and it also can extend its forks horizontally to reach into a racking storage and retrieve a pallet.
Counterbalanced Stand-Up Cushion Tire Lift Trucks
What is it? A counterbalanced stand-up forklift is a forklift that is weighted, usually by a lead acid battery and sometimes with another type of counter weight. This is used to balance the truck when there is weight from a load on its forks. A standup model is where the operator stands on a platform on the vehicle to operate it and does not sit in the cab. The cushion tires refer to the hard rubber tires on the truck,
What is it? An order selector or order picker is a truck that can hoist its operator up in the air so that he or she can reach inventory on higher racking (shelving) to retrieve it.
3-Wheel Sit-Down Multi-Tire Lift Trucks
What is it? This forklift is designed to navigate narrow aisles and tight spaces. The three wheels allow for it to turn without much space to navigate.
3-Wheel Sit-Down Solid Pneumatic Tire Lift Trucks
Walkie Rider Pallet Trucks
3-Wheel Tow Tractors