Jungheinrich’s new electric pedestrian stacker

The new EJC 110/112/212 models can lift loads up to 1.22 tonnes to 4.70m

Milton Keynes, UK: Jungheinrich has launched a range of compact electric-powered pedestrian operated stacker trucks. The new EJC 110/112/212 models can lift loads up to 1.22 tonnes to 4.70m.

A new on-board charger gives users the option to opportunity charge throughout the shift.

The charger is enclosed to IP 54 standards which means that it is protected against dust and moisture which enables the new truck to be operated within a cold store environment.

The truck is designed to enable a wheel change with no need to lift the truck: the support wheel can be simply and safely put in place by hand.

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