Hyster developments slash fuel costs
Equipment specialist Hyster has launched a range of Stage IV/Tier 4 final (T4f) compliant trucks for the port and terminal industry.
New models of reackstacker, empty container handler, laden container handler and forklift truck will start leaving the company's Nijmegen production line in July.
Meeting the emissions legislation has the added benefit of fuel savings of up to 25% over the company's 2010 Tier 3 trucks.
"Our goal was to continue our Profitable Low Emissions strategy reducing the total cost of operations and ownership while meeting the new standards for a cleaner environment," said Jan Willem van den Brand, Hyster product strategy manager big trucks.
Engine improvements and performance optimisation developments, such as cooling on demand, helped to reduce the overall fuel consumption.
T4f is the EPA regulation for North America and Stage IV is the EU equivalent.
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