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As you sit down to consider options for new equipment and vehicles, don’t forget to think about fuel. When you choose propane to power your forklifts, you get equipment that never quits, cost savings, and fewer emissions.
POWER THAT DOESN’T QUIT
Propane forklifts provide 100 percent power throughout operation to make the most of the work day, and one cylinder covers an entire eight-hour shift. Businesses that operate 24/7 can count on propane forklifts over multiple shifts, with no need to schedule downtime for recharging, as with electric equipment.
The capital costs of propane forklifts are almost 30 percent lower than those for electric, when factoring in required refueling and recharging needs, allowing you to save more for other line items like new employees, or business development.
It’s important to consider site-to-source emissions in your decision. Compared with electric, propane forklifts reduce emissions by 76 percent. Propane is also much cleaner than diesel, which produces toxic exhaust that makes it unsafe to operate indoors.
ONE FUEL SOURCE, MANY JOBS
Propane forklifts get more done in more places, unlike other energy options. Electric forklifts can’t carry the weight of large jobs, and diesel isn’t fit for small tasks. Propane forklifts are available in all weight classes to match the job at hand. And because they operate effectively indoors and out, your staff stays more productive.