Yale’s GP040-060MX series of forklifts offer Yale’s trademark long lasting performance, reliability, and durability but are built to provide customers in standard applications more cost effective alternatives to the ‘feature’ heavy (VX) series.
Investing in a forklift is a commitment that requires a well thought-out decision process. Paying for unnecessary features or sacrificing quality in order to reduce costs should not keep you from acquiring the quality Yale equipment you need. Often times it is a struggle for operations to find a lift truck that completely fits their application requirements.
They’ve done it again – designed and manufactured one of the most versatile, safe, simple, and comfortable pieces of equipment yet. Introducing the new Yale MPR-VG Enclosed End Rider, now at Barclay. A machine that is guaranteed to exceed your expectations – the Yale MPR brings a new level of safety and productivity to your warehouse.
Yale Material Handling Corporation had the honor of being selected by Food Logistics and named on their 2016 Top Green Provider list. Recognized for its lithium-ion and hydrogen fuel cell power solutions, Yale makes the list for the fourth consecutive year.
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
What if materials handling operations could achieve higher operational productivity, eliminate cumbersome battery charging infrastructure and deliver consistently high performance? Well, it’s possible with lift trucks powered by hydrogen fuel cells. And today’s materials handling industry is the perfect fit for this innovative power solution. The new Yale white paper titled “The Adoption of Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Lift Trucks,” examines the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell-powered lift trucks, the availability of hydrogen and the benefits and best-suited applications for this impressive technology.
Click here to download the white paper.
The awards keep rolling in for Yale equipment. For the third year in a row, Food Engineering has named Yale Materials Handling Corporation a 2015 Top Green Provider for the food and beverage industry.
With the opening of its brand new Experience Center in Charlotte, N.C., Yale has taken brand engagement to a whole new level when it comes to bringing together the past, present and future of its lift trucks.
The Experience Center is a state of the art facility where customers, dealers and employees can come to learn about the Yale brand and mission while interacting with Yale lift trucks in real life scenarios.
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.
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.
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.