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Those who have studied efficiency in the warehouse has found that 50 to 60 percent of travel time is wasted in material handling facilities. The goal is to reduce lift truck travel distance and time in specific ways which help avoid damage to products and equipment abuse. Several of the most common efficiency barriers to many warehouses are discussed below.

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

If any of the above concerns seem familiar at your place of work, or if you are aware of ways to be more effective overall, there are 3 main areas to focus on:

Storage, Shipping and Receiving Layout: Utilize a facility layout and draw a series of arrows that reflect 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, lessen travel distances between source and destination, decrease bottleneck areas within the facility and re-vamp any lift truck and high-travel congestion places.

What is cross-docking? Consider cross-docking options for items which quickly move throughout your facility. The cross-docked inventory is not stored in the warehouse. It is transported from inbound delivery almost directly to outbound shipping. Some of the sorting and consolidation is normally done within the shipping areas. The simplest objects to cross-dock are usually bar coded products with high inventory carrying costs and predicable demands.

Mitsubishi FGC55K-3 STC
The FGC55K-3 STC unit produced by Mitsubishi is a two wheel drive lift truck in Saskatchewan. This model has a propane powered engine and has the capacity to lift a maximum of 12000 pounds up to 188 ft high.
Mitsubishi FD50
The Mitsubishi FD50 in Saskatchewan is a two wheel drive lift truck with a diesel powered engine. It has a lifting capacity of 11000 pounds and utilizes a straight boom, which has a lifting height of 188 ft.
Mitsubishi FGC55K
The FGC55K model produced by Mitsubishi is a two wheel drive lift truck in Saskatchewan. This unit has a propane powered engine and has the capacity to lift a max weight of 12000 lbs up to 188 feet high.
Mitsubishi FD70E-1
With a lifting capacity of 15500 pounds, the Mitsubishi FD70E-1 in Saskatchewan is ideal for many different applications. This model also contains a diesel powered engine, a 168 feet lifting height, and a straight boom.
Mitsubishi FGC45KC
With a lifting height of 188 feet, the FGC45KC in Saskatchewan built by Mitsubishi is ideal for many different applications. This model also contains a propane powered engine, a 1000 pounds lifting capability, and a straight boom...
Mitsubishi FGC60K
The Mitsubishi FGC60K in Saskatchewan is ideally suited for a wide variety of tasks. The FGC60K is two wheel drive with a straight boom that allows for a lifting height of 188 ft and a lifting ability of 12000 lbs.

The forklift has been around since the early part of the 1920's. This type of equipment was created in the 1920s and since its creation, has become amongst the most of the indispensable pieces of warehousing and manufacturing equipment within the world...

Consider the Fast Charge Option There is an old rule of thumb regarding recharging batteries of forklifts. It goes something like: utilize a battery for 8 hours, charge it for 8 hours and then finally, let it cool for 8 hours...

Hybrid technology on Mitsubishi's dual fuel lift trucks have remain mostly electric and use miniature internal combustion engines. The dual fuel units are really preferred by many, compared to pure internal combustion or IC units...
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