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Mitsubishi offers four-wheel cushion tire forklifts

April 29, 2013
Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has announced a new series of 4,500- to 6,500-lb-capacity electric four-wheel cushion tire forklift trucks.

Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has announced a new series of 4,500- to 6,500-lb-capacity electric four-wheel cushion tire forklift trucks.

Equipped with a variety of productivity-enhancing standard features, the FBC22N2–FBC30LN2 forklift truck series includes both 36- and 48-volt options and features enhanced operator ergonomics, high performance levels, and a new modern design.

The new electric forklift trucks are designed for powerful performance and productivity in a wide range of industries, including food and beverage, general warehouse, and logistics applications. Built for comfort and productivity, the new Mitsubishi forklift trucks offer:

•Increased energy efficiency—Equipped with three-phase AC technology, these electric cushion tire forklift trucks have exceptional acceleration and lift speeds for increased operator productivity. Equipped with separate drive, hydraulic, and steer motors, these forklifts are tailored to deliver the exact performance level required while minimizing overall energy consumption.

•Enhanced operator comfort—Hydraulic levers conveniently located next to the seat allow the operator’s arm to rest in a natural, relaxed position when operating controls. For maximum operator comfort, the new series also has an increased operator compartment space and a three-way adjustable full-suspension seat.

•Decreased downtime and repair costs—Easy access to major components reduces the time needed for periodic inspection and servicing, helping reduce downtime while providing a lower total cost of ownership for the user.

•Value-added options—A range of options, such as LED work lights, four-stage “quad” masts, sideshifters, and foot directional control, can also be added to further enhance productivity in a specific application.

Learn more at www.mit-lift.com.

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