Every warehouse and distribution facility has unique requirements but all share the same goal to increase efficiencies. It is important to rely on a partner that takes a holistic view of your business. Yale has the most complete range of equipment allowing us to offer unlimited solutions.
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Barclay understands the importance of maximizing efficiency, and together with the Yale brand, aims to offer customers the equipment and tools they need to maintain maximum productivity.
For twenty years, Barclay has offered this same expertise to our loyal customer, Goya Foods, who are now celebrating a $500 million global expansion meant to further improve their efficiency and productivity.
Visualizing airflow is nearly impossible, but MacroAir has created a video to show how their HVLS fans use floor jet circulation to de-stratify air to evenly distribute it throughout a warehouse space.
When it comes to efficient warehouse cooling, MacroAir Fans do the most in keeping your warehouse cooled to maximum efficiency by working with your already existing ventilation system by evenly mixing air to regulate temperature.
Battery maintenance is an important factor in prolonging the life of your industrial battery and Barclay has a few easy tips to make maintenance just a little bit easier.
Proper battery maintenance programs should include inspection, charging and fluid levels and safety precautions. These factors can be easily overlooked, but are essential in keeping your industrial battery in its best working condition.
National Forklift Safety Day is here and Barclay is excited to celebrate and encourage safe forklift operator practices.
Sponsored by the Industrial Truck Association, the 2nd Annual National Forklift Day is being held in Washington, D.C. where leaders in the forklift industry will come together to highlight the importance of operator training to prevent forklift accidents and injuries.
Beginning this Memorial Day and running through Labor Day Weekend, when you purchase a motorized or hydraulic jack from Barclay, not only will you be helping a local military family, but you will also receive a FREE camouflaged baseball cap as a thank you!
Barclay has always had close personal ties with military men and women, employing them, recognizing them and offering as much support to these individuals and their families.
Safety Trainer, Howard Schwenzer has some tips on how to ensure the safest practices for forklift use on loading docks.
SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR FORKLIFT USE ON LOADING DOCKS
Loading dock fatalities and serious injuries occur when there is unwanted separation between the trailer or truck being loaded or unloaded and the loading dock. Forklift operators are often victims of these incidents when their vehicles fall into the resultant gaps or are driven out of open trailers. In such cases, operators are subject to crushing injuries if the unit overturns during the fall or if it collides with the dock apron.
Tire maintenance and replacement are crucial when it comes to providing a safe work environment and maintaining efficiency. Barclay has tire maintenance down to a science and has a few tips to help you identify when your tires need replacing.
Press-on tires should be replaced when 50% of the rubber is gone. These types of tires are made of solid rubber attached to a steel band, so when the tire is worn down so are its functions.
Rigging is no ordinary material handling job. It is a highly specialized trade in order to meet the demands of the weight of the object or machinery being moved as well as the harsh environment of the project. Now Hoist has introduced the most versatile piece of equipment designed specially for rigging and machinery moving companies.
Break free from material handling inefficiencies and complete your 7-point productivity checkup from Yale. If you answer “no” to any of these questions then you need to meet with one of Barclay’s Yale representatives at ProMat in Chicago, Illinois from March 23-26, 2015.
These Old Yale’s just keep on going and have a truly incredible history. Built between 1938 and 1940, these machines were originally nicknamed coffin carriers because their primary job was to carry the coffins of fallen troops during World War II.
After the war they were used at Penn Station to carry luggage from the trains to the luggage pick up area and were generally favored because of their perfect fit between the train and platform wall, making them invaluable.
Check out this 2 minute time lapsed video capturing frame up manufacturing of a Hoist P360 Forklift. Hoist Liftruck manufactures heavy duty forklift trucks & Container Handlers that range from 15,000lbs to more than 115,000lbs. Hoist, a truly “Made-in-America” company prides itself on doing as much as possible in-house; it builds its own forks, carriages, cylinders, masts, mast rails, wiring harnesses, chassis, steer axles and cabs.
Barclay is proud to represent the Hoist product line in the Ports of New Jersey & New York and throughout the state.
Tom Kietur joined our Customer Service team in 2014. His expertise in Fleet Service, Safety and Warehouse Solutions will provide you with a “go to, first call” on any problem that may need addressed. Tom is a 21 year Active Duty Air Force veteran originally from Glen Rock, NJ. He came to us from a Yale Lift Truck Dealer in MA where he held the same position. His technical & maintenance skills developed during his years of service make him a valuable resource for achieving your fleet management goals. (Tom covers Hudson, Bergen & Passaic counties)
Dan Goodfriend joined our Equipment Sales team in 2014 and is your resource for materials handling solutions. Dan brings with him twenty five years of managing customer relationships and spent a portion of his career in Chicago with a Yale Lift Truck Dealer. His most recent position was a Financial Services Executive in New York. He graduated from Yale University and played football during his college years. Dan is immediately prepared to bring value to your organization. (Dan covers Hudson & Monmouth counties)
Designed with larger fleets in mind, the EZSelect Battery Selection Program helps you maximize your fleet performance by determining which battery will offer the best performance.
The controller device easily hooks up to each charger, logging data and actions into a program that helps you monitor operation while simultaneously analyzing and sending data reports straight to your inbox with corrective actions aimed to further improve performance and cut costs.
When it comes to filling orders, Barclay knows that time is of the essence and customer satisfaction is a high priority. We offer the best Yale equipment with warehouse solutions that can quickly and efficiently make stock order picking a simple task.
Yale’s MO25 multi-level Order Selector is the perfect pallet truck for the job. This first and second level order picker is efficient and cost effective, the best solution for custom orders.
Do You Know the Best Caster & Load Wheel for Your Application?
Selecting the right casters and wheels for your Reach Truck, Order Selector, Turret or Pallet Jack can improve longevity, prevent downtime and increase productivity. Taking time to review the environment and operation can easily decide the best Load Wheel for your specific application. Selecting the best overall caster and wheel choice will be based on a few factors that will ensure smooth operation and longevity.
Barclay is excited to introduce Yale’s newest end rider that does the most.
Yale’s new MPR offers more dependability, improved comfort and serviceability. With a multifunction control handle and an adjustable steering tiller, Yale’s newest end rider truck is built to meet your needs.
Barclay is looking for the oldest Yale in New Jersey and New York and we need your help finding it!
Age is just a number when it comes to Yale’s dependability and durability. Just take this 46-year-old Yale Model G51C100CF/S forklift. Built in 1968 and affectionately named Big Bertha, this forklift was bought “used” 41 years ago by GEA Mechanical, with five years of use already under its belt.