CLARK Material Handling Company Announces New WPL40 Electric Pallet Jack Product

CLARK Material Handling Company, a top-ten global manufacturer of forklift trucks and spare parts, as a part of its commitment to delivering dependable, productive, and innovative products for the material handling sector, announces the launch of the WPL40 Electric Pallet Jack.

Built to last and designed to transport up to 4,000 pounds, the WPL40 reportedly features a maintenance-free Lithium-Ion battery, an ergonomic handle, and the ability to pinwheel in place with the handle in the upright position. The WPL40 complements the entire CLARK product line due to its lifting capacity and use of Lithium-Ion.

Designed for use in logistics, manufacturing and warehousing, key features of this new product include:

  • 4,000-pound lift capacity: for moving heavy cargo with ease;
  • Lithium-Ion battery: providing the same power output at 10 percent as it does at 100 percent;
  • Ergonomic handle: with convenient access to all controls without lifting your hand; and
  • Neutral braking system: delivering predictable stopping performance.

Available for ordering through CLARK dealers, the WPL40 represents another “CLARK solution” for end-users toward managing all their material handling needs.

For more information, visit https://clarkmhc.com.

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