Advantages of a Flexi Narrow Aisle Forklift vs. Sit-Down Forklift

Forklift, Lift Truck, Forklifts
Flexi Narrow Aisle Forklift
Typical Aisle Width Required
6'
Double Deep Reach Capability
Yes
Increased Pallet Utilization
Yes
Pick Both Left & Right Side of Aisle
Yes
Increased Productivity
Yes
Warehouse Sit-Down Forklift
Typical Aisle Width Required
12'
Double Deep Reach Capability
No
Increased Pallet Utilization
No
Pick Both Left & Right Side of Aisle
Yes
Increased Productivity
No

Finding the right forklift for your application is crucial. Whether you are looking to increase return on investment, safety or efficiency, choosing the right forklift is paramount to your success. A typical warehouse style forklift is going to be a sit-down counterbalance forklift. These lift trucks require the most amount of aisle width, typically around 12′ depending on pallet size. If your company is using counterbalance forklifts now or needs more pallet positions in the current facility, you should consider the Flexi narrow aisle forklift for a variety of reasons.

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Advantages of a Flexi Narrow Aisle Forklift vs. Sit-Down Forklift:

 

  • Flexi narrow aisle forklifts can operate in over 40% smaller aisles

  • Flexi narrow aisle forklifts can operate in 6′ – 7′ wide aisles, while sit-down forklifts need about 12′

  • Flexi forklifts drive like conventional forklifts — create more pallet positions and minimal operator training

  • Flexi narrow aisle forklifts typically recover initial return on investment within 18 months

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