Raymond introduces next-generation 8910 Rider Pallet Truck with enhanced technology features

Ergonomic intralogistics solution ideal for heavy-duty and throughput applications

The Raymond Corporation has added a new lithium-ion-ready rider pallet truck to its suite of intralogistics solutions. The newly introduced, next-generation Raymond® 8910 enclosed end rider pallet truck with iWAREHOUSE® telematics solutions is ideal for heavy-duty and high-throughput applications. This comfortable pallet truck features intuitive, easy-to-use controls and a roomy operator compartment with enhanced ergonomics, especially for long hauls. The pallet truck also features ergonomically enhanced steering and a deadman pedal requiring less effort to operate.

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Chad Kritzman

“With skilled labor in short supply, operations are looking for technologies that are operator-friendly and ergonomic,” said Chad Kritzman, product manager of pallet trucks for The Raymond Corporation. “This cutting-edge pallet jack provides a user-friendly operating experience with features like auto-slowdown when cornering to further enhance load stability and operator confidence.”

The new 8910 rider pallet truck contains several enhanced features, including: 

  • The ability to easily integrate with a full suite of telematics solutions through the iWAREHOUSE Fleet Management System, allowing operations to gather valuable information directly from their fleet and workforce to enhance efficiency and reliability.
  • A newly updated OCSS option that is designed for work in cold-storage applications.
  • Upgraded technology components that reduce energy consumption, providing a longer uptime.
  • Reduced head length, which enables a smaller turning radius for greater maneuverability in tight areas.
  • Automatic drive tire centering upon startup and auto-slowdown when cornering.

Raymond 8910 Rider Pallet Truck imageIdeal material handling applications for the 8910 enclosed end rider pallet truck include: 

  • Horizontal transportation
  • Manufacturing
  • Long runs to P&D stations
  • Cold storage
  • Pallet breakdown

Various fork lengths are available to maximize productivity in a variety of order picking applications.

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