Hangchas are solid forklifts that suit the courier industry, says Post Haste Couriers national operations manager Evan Warren.
Recently, Post Haste introduced nine 2.5 tonne diesel Hangchas to South Island depots, having been impressed by the model’s performances at their Auckland base.
“The Auckland people have used this machine for almost 12 months. It’s a good model that is reliable and sturdy,” Evan says.
When Auckland operators gave their 2.5 diesel Hangcha the thumbs up, Post Haste was willing to introduce the model to other sites. The chosen Hangcha suits all depot sizes, big and small, he says.
In bigger hubs the machines are on the go throughout the 24-hour-a-day operation which means they have to be reliable and capable of handling pressure. In smaller depots the forklift function is mainly in the wee hours of the morning and then again in the afternoon to load and unload the containers of freight.
“Generally, they are only in use for a few hours a day, but reliability in these remote sites is paramount as no one wants to hand unload a truck at 5.00am.
“Reliability and performance is the key and that is what the Hangcha machine is delivering.”
Post Haste Couriers’ Evan Warren is pleased to find a machine that is built to last and meets industry requirements.
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