Multiple Load Positioning

Columbia Machine has added multiple load positioning capabilities to its load transfer station (LTS) product line. The new feature lets users transfer loads that need to be inset, overhung or flush with the edge of the “go to” pallet. This new addition has an inset or overhang up to 1.5 in., giving users the option of keeping their loads center during a pallet exchange. The new multiple load-positioning feature is available for any of Columbia’s standalone or fully integrated pallet exchange systems.

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Columbia Machine Adds Multiple Load Positioning Capabilities to their Load Transfer Stations.

Columbia Machine has added multiple load positioning capabilities to their Load Transfer Station (LTS) product line. This new feature allows users to transfer loads that need to be inset, overhung or flush with the edge of the “go to” pallet. This new addition provides an inset or overhang up to 1.5 inches, giving users the option of keeping their loads center during a pallet exchange.

Columbia’s Load Transfer Stations have proven to be a valuable addition to hundreds of companies by reducing work related injuries to warehouse personnel and associated insurance claims, reducing costs by streamlining shipping and receiving operations, and improving plant and process cleanliness.

The LTS line optimizes your facility’s lift truck productivity, reduces labor, shipping and damaged product costs, and prevents injuries, with various models to best suit your needs. This new multiple load positioning feature is available for any of Columbia’s stand-alone or fully integrated pallet exchange systems.

All of Columbia’s systems are backed by our 24-hour Customer Care Department. For videos and brochures, visit our website at www.loadtransfer.net.

Julie Linblad, Marketing Coordinator
Columbia Machine
107 Grand Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98668
Phone: 800-628-4065 Fax: 360-750-9221
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.loadtransfer.net

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