Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 9, 2011
Warehouse Rack, a national leader in new and used material handling equipment and a leading warehouse equipment liquidator, announced the addition of the Drexel and Bendi Brand Forklifts to it’s lineup of authorized brands.
“We are excited to add such prestigious lines as Drexel and Bendi to our Warehouse Lift Forklift division,” stated Neil Camberg, President. “We are always looking for ways to help our customers save space, time and money. Drexel and Bendi forklifts help our customers get more out of their warehouse space by negotiating very narrow aisles. This, along with our very popular refurbished forklifts, is right in line with our approach to helping customers increase profitability.” Warehouse Lift, the new and used forklift sales division of Warehouse Rack, boasts 40,000 square feet of inventory and a full refurbishing and service facility.
Bendi. The versatile Bendi Narrow Aisle trucks, manufactured by Landoll features a unique design which allows for travel through aisles as narrow as 6½ feet. Bendi’s offer three stage tilting masts with lift heights up to 36 feet, while allowing a low mast height, making it possible to travel through low doorways. Both the LP gas and battery-powered Bendis move with agility through very tight spots that other lifts cannot maneuver through. The Bendi is available in 2,500 to 5,500 pound capacity models with simplex, triplex and quad masts.
Drexel. The Drexel lift truck features a unique narrow design which allows for travel through aisles as narrow as 4.5 feet. The Landoll swing mast gives you the versatility of three trucks in one; performing like a counter-balanced truck, a side loader and a turret truck. Models are available in capacities from 3,000 pounds to 12,000 pounds, with 3 to 4 stage masts with lift heights up to 30 feet.
For more information, please contact the Bendi and Drexel experts at Warehouse Lift at 281-459-0900 or toll free at 877-914-7225. You can see details about the Bendi & Drexel lift trucks along with demonstration videos at http://www.warehouselift.com.
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