Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) has upgraded its popular Mini Mover LWE130 compact electric-powered pallet jack and HWE100S stacker with the addition of PIN code access.
"This popular feature increases security and ensures only authorised people are able to operate the pallet jack," said TMHA national sales and product manager Jim Lobow.
Both models also feature Toyota's Click-2-Creep function that enables the driver to operate it with the arm in an upright position at very low speeds, improving driveability in confined areas.
The LWE130's narrow chassis provides excellent manoeuvrability in confined working areas while castor wheels contained within the chassis eliminate the chance of them making contact with the operator's feet.
The HWE100S stacker's single mast provides a clear view on both sides of the forklift and surrounding areas.
Other features of the Toyota Mini Mover LWE130 pallet jack and HWE100S stacker include maintenance-free batteries, individual parameter settings, built-in smart charger and maintenance-free AC drive motor.
Step-less speed control and a steering range of 208 degrees for the LWE130 and 192 degrees for the HWE100S provide excellent manoeuvrability and control in confined areas.
Both models are also compatible with Toyota's I_Site fleet management system.
The upgraded LWE130 electric-powered pallet jack and HWE100S stacker will be available to order from today with stock arriving at TMHA branches from May-June 2017.