LiftScience Responds To Customer Market Demand With the Introduction Of Models JML and JPL Hi-Lo Pallet Jack Lift Trucks

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LiftScience, a leading supplier of electric forklifts, pallet stackers, pallet jacks and other material handling equipment meets demand for eCommerce warehousing with an economical Hi-Lo Pallet Lift truck.

LiftScience responds to customer market demand with the introduction of Models JML and JPL Hi-Lo Pallet Jack Lift Trucks. Building upon the successes of this fast growing product line of electric forklifts, pallet stackers, pallet lift trucks and other material handling equipment, these two pallet lift trucks will meet growing small business customer requirements.

New and smaller businesses are continually searching for Best Value solutions to their material handling needs and LiftScience is positioned to meet these requiments with a complete product line of light to medium duty equipment. Similarly to a growing segment of the market, LiftScience offers its products for sale exclusively on the Internet to optimize the sales and support process.

Key features of the Model JPL Electric Hi-Lo Pallet Lift Truck are: capacity 2200 lbs, lift Height 31", fork spacing 21", forks dimensions 43" L x 6 1/2" W and built in charger which runs off regular 110V.

Key features of the Model JML Hi-Lo Pallet Lift Truck are: capacity 3300 lbs, lift Height 32", fork spacing 22", forks dimensions 45" L x 6 1/2" W.

All ListScience products are available on-line through ForkliftDeals ForkliftDeals and FastForklifts FastForklifts.

About LiftScience:

LiftScience was established in 2004 to fill an empty market niche for high quality/best value equipment for the Internet economy, LiftScience is positioned to bring together the "Best In Class" technology and quality components from the US, Europe and Asia designed into economical medium duty material handling systems assembled in China. Key products include electric forklifts, pallet stackers, pallet lift trucks,dock plates and wheel chocks.

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