Need to unload a box truck when no power or dock is available? Are you relying on manual labor or questionable forklift operation? Then you need a Mobile Speed-Lift by Superior Handling.
Take it anywhere you need a lift. It’s NATM certified and towable by a standard truck or SUV. It has a self-contained diesel engine, 6000 lb lifting capacity, 2000 lb cargo carrying capacity, and can be deployed wherever vehicular access is available.
Until now, without power or an elevated dock, there has been no efficient or safe way to load/unload a box truck.
This problem arises in Disaster Relief, Construction, the Military, Agriculture and many general Material Handling applications.
They often rely on manual labor and/or the often-improper use of forklifts, exposing the workers to injury and employers to lawsuits and workman’s compensation issues. The Mobile Speed-Lift can lift 6000 lbs, carry 2000 lbs of cargo, and is towable by a standard truck or SUV.
Three Key Features:
- The design of the Mobile Speed-Lift is based on our patented, Cantilever-lifting style that we’ve been using to build the safest and most reliable dock lifts for the past 40 years.
- The cantilever motion of our lifts is safer and more stable than a traditional “scissor” lift. In fact, this motion is what made the Mobile Speed-Lift possible. It’s able to lift a load flat from the ground to 58” and anywhere in between.
- It’s NATM certified and towable by a standard truck or SUV. It has a self-contained diesel engine, 6000 lb lifting capacity, and 2000 lb cargo carrying capacity. It can be deployed wherever vehicular access is available: retail stores, warehouses, arenas, construction sites, disaster zones, military deployments and more. No equivalent product exists in the market.
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Mobile Speed-Lift Testimonial Video - Puerto Rico from Superior Handling Equipment on Vimeo.
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Superior Handling Equipment manufactures state-of-the-art dock lifts in two different product lines which are designed, machined, and assembled in the USA.