BOISE, Idaho -- Having cut rack and equipment damage in one distribution center by mounting a damage-control device on its stand-up reach trucks and floor scrubbers, Albertson's here is exploring the possibility of using the device on sit-down forklifts and electric pallet jacks. No decision has been made yet on whether the device will be installed on these pieces of equipment, according to Jaime Hansen, facilities maintenance manager at Albertson's. The device is currently being used in an ...
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