Perry Ardito, general manager of the warehouse products group, and John Sneddon, director of sales, announced Jungheinrich’s (Booth S3603) new two-shift guarantee.
By Sara Pearson Specter
April 04, 2017
In a press conference on Tuesday, Perry Ardito, general manager of the warehouse products group, and John Sneddon, director of sales, announced Jungheinrich’s (Booth S3603) new two-shift guarantee.
“We guarantee that our vehicles will run for 16 hours on a single battery on a single charge, or we will provide our customer with a second battery, free,” Ardito said, noting that regenerative braking and lifting/lowering functions contribute to the extended run time.
The company’s confidence is bolstered by energy-efficient motors and computerized controllers that optimize each vehicle’s productivity and yield an exceptionally long run time, added Sneddon. “We encourage customers to take our seven-day demo challenge to see the vehicles in use in their own facilities,” he said.
The guarantee covers a range of mid- to high-level orderpickers, pantograph reach trucks, three-wheel electric counterbalanced and electric pneumatic tire forklifts.
Additionally, Ardito showcased the company’s new EKS 314 high-level orderpicker, the fourth of five new models planned for release in 2017.
About the author
Sara Pearson Specter has written articles and supplements for Modern Materials Handling and Material Handling Product News as an Editor at Large since 2001. Specter has worked in the fields of graphic design, advertising, marketing, and public relations for nearly 20 years, with a special emphasis on helping business-to-business industrial and manufacturing companies. She owns her own marketing communications firm, Sara Specter, Marketing Mercenary LLC
. Clients include companies in a diverse range of fields, including materials handing equipment, systems and packaging, professional and financial services, regional economic development and higher education. Specter graduated from Centre College in Danville, Ky. with a bachelor’s degree in French and history. She lives in Oregon’s Willamette Valley where she and her husband are in the process of establishing a vineyard and winery