Recent trends have changed the conditions of use of forklift truck and attachments significantly: today's demands are not only oriented on the initial cost prices of the materials handling equipment, but more and more focus on increasing the efficiency in the overall logistics process.
The concept of Total Cost of Ownership over the life of the equipment therefore considers not only the investment, but also the efficiency of usage, reliability and availability, easy servicing, energy efficiency and, last but not least, the environmental sustainability. We as BOLZONI Group anticipate these aspects in our continuous product improvement processes.
Not many companies are able to successfully maintain, let alone advance, an innovative lead over many years. With the proven history of the development of the Multiple Pallet Handler Bolzoni Auramo rightly belongs to these companies: in 1984 Bolzoni Auramo invented a forklift truck attachment to either handle one or two pallets at a time, the first Multiple Pallet Handler worldwide, therein setting a standard which has significantly influenced and shaped todays modern and efficient materials handling logistics.
In the year 1993, with the invention of the unique Shaft Guide Concept for multiple pallet handlers, combining for the first time an optimum of operational visibility, safe working conditions, lowest life cycle cost with a high level of efficiency and reliability, Multiple pallet handlling Bolzoni Auramo already at that time anticipated trends in the forklift truck industry that are today’s expectations in full maintenance operations.
With a maximum of operational flexibility the new profile guided Pallet Handlers adds a complementary solution to the unique range of the highly successful Bolzoni Auramo Shaft Guided Pallet Handlers, setting benchmarks in both efficiency and robustness.
Bolzoni Auramo supplies a solution for every need: from the standard 2or1 Pallet Handler up to specialised attachments for handling up to 8 pallets at a time. Tailor-made solutions are designed and produced on request - the Bolzoni Auramo engineers provide answers to many applications and requirements in the bottling, glass manufacturing, food, paper and building material industries and general logistics.
In the year 1993, with the invention of the unique Shaft Guide Concept for multiple pallet handlers, combining for the first time an optimum of operational visibility, safe working conditions, lowest life cycle cost with a high level of efficiency and reliability, Bolzoni Auramo already at that time anticipated trends in the forklift truck industry that are today’s expectations in full maintenance operations.
With the Automated Lubrication System, being an integral part of this guide system (international patent), Bolzoni Auramo offers a unique concept. Reduced life cycle costs and extended maintenance intervals adapted to the forklift truck service intervals, characteristics required by modern logistics processes, predetermine these forklift truck attachments for fleet and full maintenance operations.
The basis of innovation leadership is continuity - with the Generation G Multiple Pallet Handler Bolzoni Auramo, once again, presents a new series which is improved in many details.
Coupled with a significant reduction of the attachment weight, the Bolzoni Auramo engineers succeeded in optimising the already excellent visibility.
The Automated Lubrication System further minimises the consumable component wear and, once more reduces the overall operating costs.
The new Profile Guided Pallet Handler stands out in many aspects: the chassis and arm design underwent an extremely demanding cycle test with a test load twice the nominal load that it is designed for, surpassing more than 1 Million cycles successfully.
Next to its robustness the new design embodies the typical product advantages that Bolzoni Auramo Pallet Handlers are well appreciated for: cleanliness in operation, fast operation speed with equal forks travel, and an optimum of visibility on all operation levels.
The ISO 2/3 Dual Mounting Chassis and the modularity of the guide concept allow a maximum of versatility, e.g. in fleet operations.