TheRaymond Swing-Reach®Truck empowers your very narrow aisles with unmatched throughput.
Warehouses designed for these high-throughput lift trucks achieve immediate cost savings and long-term efficiencies. Compared to conventional forklifts, aRaymond®9000 SeriesSwing-Reachtruck’s high-level pallet handling and case-picking capability could triple your storage capacity.
Maneuvers in very narrow aisles with unmatched throughput
Raymond's VNA solution can triple pallet capacity within the same warehouse footprint, providing a significant cost savings to your operation.
Twin tubular mast design provides optimum rigidity when traveling loaded and elevated.
intelliguide™ wire guidance option relieves the operators of steering responsibilities in very narrow aisles, freeing the operator to concentrate on load handling tasks.
Raymond’s patented intellispeed™ control system provides smooth coordination between travel speeds and load height and weight, and automatically governs the appropriate maximum speed.
Large loads up to 48” deep by 108” wide can be handled in aisles as narrow as 68”.
Maximizes operator productivity
Raymond's exclusive ACR™ and regenerative lowering system - a combination of AC technology and ergonomics that results in faster and smoother performance with less maintenance, and reduced energy consumption.
Wrap-around operator compartment offers a panoramic view of racks, loads and aisles.
Versatility as both a pallet handler and case picker makes the Swing-Reach two trucks in one.
Fully adjustable ergonomically contoured seat, armrest and lumbar support adapt to each operator’s preferences, adding comfort and reducing operator fatigue throughout the shift.
Vehicle Navigation operator records key truck data with a bright, clear display;view speed, load height and weight, fork position, wire guidance status, steer tire direction and more.
Versatile with pallet handling and case picking
With models elevating over 42‘, advanced EASi™ controls and a multitude of ergonomic features, Raymond Swing-Reach trucks exceed industry standards for turret trucks speed, programmability, ease of maintenance and versatility.
A variety of driving positions encouraged movements in the operator’s compartment. Whether storing pallets, picking cases or transporting loads, the operator can stand facing tractor first or forks first; or sit facing forks first making storing pallets, picking cases or transporting loads effortless
Raise the sidegates and control arms to create a generous case picking window