Haulotte's STAR 13 PICKING is a new solution for executing day-to-day work in retail indoor applications: stock-checking, inventories, order and stock picking, decoration applications, POS (Point-Of-Sale) signage and also building maintenance.
STAR 13 Picking has been equipped with double lateral "lambo" doors with open-door sensors.
Building on 30 years of experience and commitment to providing simple, robust and reliable products, Haulotte's HT85 range easily adapts to all projects: Building works, finishing, maintenance and inspection work, renovation of buildings, demolition, shipyard construction, mining operations, landscaping and tree surgery.
The Haulotte HA80 range builds on the same design, architecture and performance levels that drove the success of the HA46 and HA61 ranges of articulating booms: no compromises in terms of safety, productivity, ease of maintenance and total cost of ownership! In line with the times and always one step ahead, it also benefits from innovations that set it apart, such as the ACTIV'Lighting System and the STOP Emission System.
Haulotte Group has more than 120 years of experience and a single objective: to satisfy customers by offering technically innovative equipment for improved safety, comfort, ergonomics, and productivity. To achieve this, Haulotte Group is investing in production equipment, ensuring the longterm development of its commercial network and increasing R&D in order to better meet market expectations.
Haulotte Group | BilJax celebrated 50 years of an employee’s dedicated service with the company. Paul Lovejoy, from Archbold, Ohio, achieved a milestone many people never reach. Lovejoy celebrated 50 years of service at the Haulotte Group | BilJax manufacturing facility in Archbold, Ohio.
Haulotte Group/BilJax held a hot dog luncheon available to all employees May 20. The event was to raise money for the community and donate it to local food banks, the Archbold Food Pantry and the Fayette Food Pantry. “We heard the Fayette Food Pantry is fairly new and struggling a little bit.
Haulotte Group/BilJax has released its first Go Green Committee progress report of 2009 and announced a continued reduction in the amount of waste generated by the company’s Archbold, Ohio, manufacturing facility and offices. According to environmental consultant Cari Weidner, the company has witnessed a “dramatic decrease” in the amount of solid waste produced at the Archbold location.
The Haulotte Group has introduced its HB 135 JRT telescopic boom with a 135-ft. (41 m) platform height and its HA 130 JRT articulating boom with a 130-ft. (40 m) platform height. Features include continuous control of movements and slopes and fully proportional simultaneous controls for accuracy and smoothness in movement.