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Sellick Equipment

Sellick Equipment CompanyCompany has been engineering and manufacturing forklifts for over 45 years, and is recognized throughout North America and around the world for providing rugged, performance models in the 5,000–16,000-lb. class. The forklifts suit a variety of demanding applications and are backed with service and support through 200-plus North American dealers. 

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Kalmar

KalmarThe DCG90-180 range of forklift trucks, with capacities from 20,000–40,000 lb., is part of company’s new “G” generation of counterbalance equipment that is engineered to deliver improvements in fuel efficiency, safety, serviceability and ergonomics while reducing environmental impact.

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Hyundai Forklift

Hyundai ForkliftThe 160D-7E diesel model incorporates what company engineers note are power and efficiency with durability and safety, a necessary combination for completing any job. One of 24 models in a high-performance, fuel efficient, diesel forklift product line, the 160D-7E is capable of handling in concrete and other tough environments. Built with a 6-cylinder, turbo-charged, Tier-III, 162-hp, Cummins QSB6.7 engine, the 160D-7E provides optimum power, low noise and fuel efficiency. 

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LIFT TRUCK UPDATE

ToyotaManufacturers eye emissions compliance, handling efficiency

Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A. Company recently unveiled its 8-Series large capacity lift truck line of cushion and pneumatic tire models powered by two new Toyota-designed and built four-cylinder, high-performance engines. Line-up now includes 8,000 to 17,500 lb. pneumatic models with diesel and other fuel engine options.

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SOFTWARE EXTRACTS MATERIALS’ LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT FROM LEADING BIM PROGRAM

Philadelphia architect KieranTimberlake has released a beta version of Tally, a software application allowing users to measure building materials’ and products’ environmental impact directly in Autodesk’s Revit—a key software program to support building information modeling.

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