Worker safety is a top priority when it comes to handling and storing long, heavy or oversized product loads. Moving these types of items around warehouses can often be fraught with danger. However, by using the right equipment and storage options, companies can improve the safety of their facilities, enhance efficiency and increase storage capacity.

With forklift safety week falling in June in Australia, many companies were looking at how they can improve their safety best-practices and ensure the well-being of staff.

One of the best ways to improve safety and mobility is to use the right kind of equipment to move and store these products in the safest way possible.

For Combilift, the largest global manufacturer of multi-directional forklifts and leaders in long load handling solutions, safety is at the heart of every one of its products.

With a wide range of multi-directional forklifts, pedestrian stackers, straddle carriers, and Aisle-Master narrow forklifts, Combilift helps storage facilities optimise available space and efficiency, and ensure the safest environment for workers.

Combilift’s range of multi-directional forklifts are easy to use and combine the advantages of a counterbalanced forklift, side loader and very narrow aisle truck, into one vehicle.

The pedestrian stackers also offer a safer option for lifting, especially in narrow and tight spaces by removing the user from dangerous crush points.

Combilift also offers free design and layout services for storage facilities looking to maximise and create more space in their warehouses.

Using technology developed in-house, customers can send photos and videos of their facilities to Combilift who will then create 3D designs and animations outlining how the customer can make the most out of the space available, and make it safer and more efficient.

This partner content is brought to you by Combilift. For more information, click here.

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