Hytsu Launches New Forklift Truck 04/03/2008

It has been reported that forklift truck manufacturer, Hytsu, is set to release its latest addition to its forklift truck range at Matex, an industry specific event. Hytsu, as a brand, has become known for their forklift manufacture, and the Matex event in April looks to be a great opportunity for them to reveal their latest addition. The forklift from Hytsu will be a new four-wheel AC power electric forklift truck.



The Hytsu forklift manufacturer is also looking to exhibit a new forklift truck at the show which will be the Hystu S100 Series 2-3. 5t Diesel/Gasoline forklift, as well as the Hytsu FE15S 3 wheel Electric Forklift truck, as well as other construction and maintenance devices, including the stacker, SL 4095, and an electric pallet truck.


Many technology businesses and manufacturers will showcase at the exhibition. Matex is held from April 15th, and is perfect for those looking to learn about or purchase a forklift truck.



Forklift showcases can also be seen as operating as a device to encourage forklift safety. For example, in the USA, workshops are sometimes offered to ensure that forklift truck operators are aware of the requirements of their trade. For example, in Northern Minnesota, the Bemidji State University Center for Research and Innovation has offered a program on the safety requirements on forklift trucks.


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