Yale's enclosed End Rider Series is designed to boost operational efficiency

Yale Materials Handling Corporation announces a new line of warehouse trucks, the MPR080VG and MPR100VG enclosed end rider series, designed for busy warehouse cross-docking, shipping and receiving applications.

Engineered for multi-shift applications, the enclosed end riders offer 8,000 pounds (MPR080VG model) and 10,000 pounds (MPR100VG model) of lifting capacity. With the ability to handle 10,000 pounds of product, the MPR100VG model provides the highest lifting capacity compared to competitive enclosed end riders, and configured with a 160-inch fork length, allows customers to transport up to four single or eight double-stacked pallets.

To simplify multi-tasking needs, the enclosed end riders are equipped with Yale iSi Technology, a common control system with consistent functionality across Yale's line of warehouse trucks. The Integrated Smart Interface utilizes the same software, diagnostic codes and functionality – creating commonality for users, supervisors and service personnel. By offering full customization, Yale iSi Technology allows truck performance to be matched properly with the operator's skill level.

Ergonomically designed for maximum comfort and productivity, the enclosed end rider compartment features a high backrest, fully padded compartment and cushioned, electronic floor mat. The electronic floor mat contains a center mounted brake pedal and exclusive multi-zoned operator floor presence system, helping operators achieve a more natural stance during operation. Additionally, the adjustable steer tiller and ergonomically sculpted multifunction control handle offer simple forward/reverse, lift/lower and horn functions.

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