1) Unreported "mystery" damage to forklifts, facility products
and no way to identify and hold operators responsible for the damage
they are causing.
2) Untrained or unauthorized people operating forklifts such as production
workers or contractors.
3) Inability to enforce and document the OSHA required forklift inspection
before the start of each shift.
4) No way to effectively and positively remove unsafe forklifts from
5) Difficulty tracking and enforcing which operators are authorized
to operate different types of forklifts or other industrial vehicles
such as aerial lifts or loaders.
If you are struggling with some or all of these issues you have come
to the right place. In the early 1990's, most of the problems listed
above were not solvable with technology; the few products on the market
were not very user friendly or functional. Many companies tried these
primitive systems, eager to reduce damage and improve operator accountability,
but they were just not advanced enough to be very effective in the long
term. Advances in computer technology have brought more advanced systems
with greater abilities and features. Although there are many systems
on the market, we only recommend a few which have proven to be the very
best over many years in terms of technology, value, support and price.