Hyster Company has announced the receipt of a grant from California Climate Investments (CCI) to support the development of a zero-emissions container handling truck powered by a Nuvera fuel cell. The funding, awarded by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), part of CCI, the state of California's climate change-fighting, cap-and-trade program, aims to help Hyster and its partners develop a zero-emissions container handler for an end-user in the Port of Los Angeles. To receive the award, recipients must meet defined business practices and overall rigorous performance measurement standards. These standards are reviewed and updated annually to represent the most critical business activities and performance excellence principles necessary to keep pace with evolving customer expectations and industry dynamics.
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2017 marks the 50th year of the business relationship between Wajax and Hyster Company, who celebrated the occasion with a series of events across Canada as well as with the introduction of new warehouse products and the latest Class V internal combustion pneumatic forklifts. Wajax is the sole Canadian distributor of Hyster products.
Hyster Company has announced that it has won a 2015 Good Design award for its Tier 4 Final RS45-46 ReachStacker. Presented by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, Good Design honours yearly achievements of extraordinary design excellence. The Tier 4 Final ReachStacker was selected based on its efficient engine technology and productivity enhancing design.
Hyster Company celebrates a significant milestone with the build of the 1,000th ReachStacker at its big truck factory in Nijmegen, Netherlands. The 1,000th ReachStacker is one of three Hyster RS46-36 ReachStackers that will be used at the PCH Packing Center Hamburg GmbH (PCH), in the Port of Hamburg, to transport and stack shipping containers in the first, second and third rows.
Increase Productivity and Fuel Economy with New Industrial Engines Featuring Hyster Variable Power Technology
Hyster Company has launched a new line of industrial engines designed to increase productivity and fuel economy for its 3,000 - 7,000 lb. Class IV and V product lines. The new engines from Power Solutions International (PSI) feature Hyster Variable Power Technology and offer a more powerful and efficient solutionfor demanding applications.
Hyster Company has introduced a new series of tire handling trucks for demanding applications in the mining, ports and intermodal industries. The Hyster tire handlers provide fast and effective “total tire handling solutions” that help maximize uptime while promoting operational safety.
The Hyster Fortis line of lift trucks represents a transformation in the way lift trucks are designed, built and acquired. Incorporating proven design processes and systems, each Fortis lift truck is offered with multiple powertrain configurations to meet specific application requirements and business objectives and to optimize productivity, dependability and cost of operations. The Fortis family of lift trucks, which covers a capacity range of 2,000 to 15,500 pounds, offers both cushion and pneumatic tire classes, with multiple engine choices consisting of gas, LP and diesel.
Hyster Company in partnership with On-Board Communications has introduced the remote hour meter reading device, a new approach to reducing maintenance time and labour costs. The remote hour meter, available from authorized Hyster dealers, has the ability to remotely acquire and automatically track lift truck run time, which saves time and effort normally spent on maintenance and manual product checks. The remote hour meter is housed in a three-by-fi ve-inch box and links to a customizable digital paging network. The meter’s customizable network allows operators to select a specifi c time for the device to submit truck runtime data. Users can log into the network and check this information at any time from any computer.