Today’s robotic lift trucks operate without any added infrastructure and are unrestricted by fixed routes. This offers great flexibility, ease of use, and increased productivity. Robotic lift trucks build a map of the facility and self-locate in real-time, navigating infrastructure-free and easily responding to unexpected obstructions.
Now’s the time to experience the innovative engineering of automated forklifts will improve productivity, minimize damage to products, and reduce operations costs up to 70%.
You experience the pain every day, escalating demand, pressure for faster delivery times and increasing challenges finding and retaining labor. With unemployment at a 50-year low and warehouse turnover over 40%, you face the costly, challenging cycle of hiring and training. This can result in significantly greater overhead, chipping away at your bottom line.
Whether you want to manage a single truck or an entire fleet, Yale robotic lift trucks have the flexibility to meet your operational demands. Additionally, they can interface with a range of operating systems, providing greater visibility to load movement for increased accuracy and efficiency.
You will always need great people, but good people can be hard to find and even harder to retain. One forklift operator could cost a company up to $25.00 per hour. Fortunately, the average operating cost of a Hyster robotic lift truck is $7-$10 per hour. And it won't leave your warehouse for a raise at a competitor down the street.
Your Hyster robotic lift truck can be programmed to perform many of the repetitive, day-to-day tasks for your operation. That offers your employees the opportunity to do more rewarding, higher responsibility work, which keeps them happier on the job.
With better retention and lower cost of operation, you could reap the full return of your investment in as few as two years.