While a forklift fulfills a specific and necessary role, a burden carrier can be utilized in its place for a variety of different applications and industries. By utilizing these low-cost, electric vehicles, businesses can greatly improve their operational efficiency as well as their overall performance. Here are just some of the benefits of burden carriers in sharing the load.
Benefits Of Burden Carriers
The applications of burden carriers can be of significant use to a multitude of industries, such as manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, food processing, steel mills, and more. It can convey a Safety Operations Manager throughout the building for more efficient supervision. It can also haul up to 3,000 pounds of material from one section to another. It can even function as an emergency medical vehicle to cover a large campus. Its durable frame and multi-purpose functions ensure that a burden carrier can act as an effective and critical tool for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications.
Fuel Savings & Environmentally Friendly
As an electric engine vehicle, burden carriers ensure your business fulfills green initiatives without unnecessarily hindering operations. Like all electric engine vehicles, burden carriers have a much lower cost of ownership and maintenance threshold than internal combustion engines do. The lack of a fuel tank makes them more compact, allowing better maneuverability in tight spaces. Electric engines also cost much less to refuel.
Utilizing six forklifts to load and unload as well as transport is a costly and unnecessary expense. Alternatively, you can reduce your forklift fleet to three to perform all loading and unloading tasks, while making up the transport needs with three burden carriers with tug carts. That adds up to three vehicles with far fewer operational and maintenance costs than standard forklifts.
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Burden carriers offer multiple applications at a fraction of the cost of standard forklifts, ensuring improved efficiency and a lessened environmental impact. To learn more or to purchase a burden carrier for your New Jersey or New York business, contact Barclay Brand Ferdon today.