20 - 24 April
The new Jungheinrich ERC 212/214/216 tiller operated truck combines the manoeuvrability of an electric pedestrian stacker with the benefits of quick and comfortable stand-on operation. Based on a completely redesigned platform. The engineers at Jungheinrich were able to implement a variety of speed concepts in the development of this new electric pedestrian stacker generation. Offering a maximum speed of six kilometres per hour, these trucks are envisaged for use primarily as pedestrian stackers and occasionally for stand-on operations over short distances. The high-performance model in the ERC series, featuring integrated side-guards that protect the operator on the stand-on platform when taking corners, is predestined for long-distance transport tasks. This model reaches speeds of up to nine kilometres an hour with stand-on operation. This represents a 20 percent improvement over the previous series. All versions of the new Jungheinrich pedestrian stacker generation feature a stand-on platform with easy-on-the-back cushioning. When switching from rider to pedestrian operation, the stand-on platform is simply folded up - this automatically reduces the maximum speed to four kilometres an hour. At this speed the versatility of the new generation of pedestrian stackers jumps dramatically. Compared with the previous series, residual capacity has been boosted by up to 25 percent.
Characterised by its excellent versatility and low operating costs, the new Jungheinrich EZS C40 tow tractor is designed to tow trailers up a maximum weight of 4,000 ...