An Aerial Work Platform that Multi-tasks Across Multiple Industries
When comparing different ways to efficiently complete day-to-day operational requirements, using a work platform typically comes into the discussion. Whether it is facility maintenance, stock picking, order replenishment, transport, inventory control or retail displays, there are many different types of equipment that are most suitable for the application and the industry. Ladders are commonly used by smaller retail stores or stock pickers for lower level picking or replenishment needs in warehousing environments or forklifts & order pickers for higher thru-put manufacturing or distribution centers.
What if we told you that there is an innovative machine that could function just as well in all of these environments offering the increased versatility, maneuverability and productivity every operation craves?
There is – The Yale AERO aerial work platform is a highly versatile unit, providing a variety of functions and suitable for almost any industry. Why?
Zero Degree Turning Radius
234″ Lift Height, 306″ Working Height
Large Work Platform –29.75″ W x 34.75″ L
And the same, proven Yale componentry and systems for productivity, reliability and serviceability
Break Free From Inefficiency With Yale
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.
Do YOU Own the Oldest Yale Forklift?
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.