Notts-based NEP invests in electric forklifts – for cleaner, quieter, cheaper operation


Notts-based NEP invests in electric forklifts – for cleaner, quieter, cheaper operation

Nationwide Express Pallets (NEP) has invested in six Toyota Traigo 48-20 electric forklifts, which are deployed across its Glossop and Nottingham TPN depots. Depot manager Chris Flynn says the electric FLTs cause far less dust and noise, are more environmentally friendly and are cheaper to run than diesel equivalents. They are very comfortable for drivers and they also have integral weighing to ensure that all pallets are correctly manifested and loads are safe.

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