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Those who have studied effectiveness in the warehouse has found that 50 to 60 percent of travel time is wasted in material handling facilities. The goal is to be able to reduce lift truck travel distance and time in particular ways that truly help prevent machine abuse and product damage. Some of the most common efficiency barriers to many warehouses are discussed below.

New product lines are stored where there is extra space, not necessarily where it makes the most sense. Frequently handled items are separated due to storage handling requirements or to size. Due to increased business, Stock-Keeping Units or SKUs have proliferated. Replenishment and order-picking speeds are lessened because of bad lighting. The lift truck fleet is very small and more round trips are required utilizing the same equipment. Forklifts face slowdowns and detours because of poor equipment maintenance and uneven floor surfaces. Ineffective warehouse design usually causes ineffective workflows and dead-end aisles.

If any of the above issues seem familiar at your workplace, or if you know ways to be more effective overall, there are 3 main areas to concentrate on:

Storage, Shipping and Receiving Layout: Use a facility layout and draw a series of arrows reflecting the way your product flows. The best facilities provide a well-organized, single direction flow from receiving to shipping. If your arrows go in many different directions, or double backwards in any spots or go in the opposite to the desired direction, then you have determined your inefficient spots.

When you have identified your trouble spots, work to improve access to product destinations, minimize travel distances between source and destination, decrease bottleneck places in the facility and re-vamp any lift truck and high-travel congestion places.

What is cross-docking? Consider cross-docking options for objects which rapidly move throughout your facility. The cross-docked inventory is not stored inside the warehouse. It is moved from inbound delivery almost directly to outbound shipping. Some of the consolidation and sorting is normally done within the shipping areas. The easiest things to cross-dock are typically bar coded products with predicable demands and high inventory carrying expenses.

Mitsubishi FGC55K-3 STC
The lifting capability of the FGC55K-3 STC from Mitsubishi in Canada is 12000 pounds. The FGC55K-3 STC model contains a propane powered engine and a straight boom that stretches out to 188 feet.
Mitsubishi FG50N
With a lifting height of 188 ft, the Mitsubishi FG50N is ideal for many different applications. This model also contains a propane powered engine, a 10000 lb lifting ability, and a straight boom...
Mitsubishi FD55N
The model FD55N built by the company Mitsubishi is a two wheel drive lift truck in Canada. This unit has a diesel powered engine and has the capacity to lift a max weight of 11000 lbs up to 168 feet high.
Mitsubishi FD150A
The lifting capability of the FD150A from Mitsubishi in Canada is 33000 lbs. The FD150A model contains a diesel powered engine and a straight boom that stretches out to 168 feet.
Mitsubishi FD100
With a lifting height of 168 ft, the FD100 in Canada produced by Mitsubishi is ideal for many different applications. This model also contains a diesel powered engine, a 22000 pounds lifting capability, and a straight boom...
Mitsubishi FG50K
Mitsubishi produced the FG50K model to have a lifting capacity of 10000 pounds in Canada. With a straight boom that extends out 188 feet and a propane powered engine, this model can be used in a variety of different industries.

In regards to the warehousing and manufacturing businesses, the forklift usage all around the globe has continued to grow. The forklift is a powered truck made specifically for raising and transporting objects...

Hybrid technology on Mitsubishi's dual fuel lift trucks have remain mostly electric and use small internal combustion engines. The dual fuel models are really preferred by many people, as opposed to pure IC or internal combustion models...

In some forklift companies, the operators are often on the trucks 7 out of 8 hours a day. They are always unloading and loading trucks all day long...
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