Robotic Reach Truck Yale

  • With Dual-mode operation, at the touch of a button, the truck goes into manual mode, allowing the operator to take control
  • Integrates into existing operations by mapping structural features to self-locate and navigate; does not require tape, wires or magnets for guidance
  • With Full-scale production, take advantage of a fully developed offering, currently operating in distribution centers — not a conceptual pilot program
  • With double-deep reach precision, this truck is capable of exceeding the productivity of operator-driven trucks at great heights

The dual-mode, pantograph robotic reach truck from Yale is the first of its kind, capable of autonomously storing and retrieving loads from locations over 30 feet high to maximize vertical storage space and address labor shortages. The robotic solution can service double-deep pallet storage and offers a 3,500 pound capacity rating, ideal for distribution centers challenged with inventory growth.

  • Less than 2 years of two to three shift operations
  • Runs with zero, partial or full integration with facility warehouse management systems (WMS)
  • Has the ability to take on small tasks and expand as operational requirements grow
  • Allows people to focus on value added tasks, and robotic lift trucks on repetitive, low value added tasks
Equipment Type
Forklifts / Robotic Forklifts