NEFAZ has acquired new special purpose vehicles

PJSC NEFAZ, KAMAZ subsidiary in Bashkortostan, continues work on expanding the used vehicle fleet.

This year, the warehouse equipment fleet of the NEFAZ plant was replenished with three reach trucks and one four-wheel loader by the world's leading manufacturer of warehouse vehicles. All purchased electric vehicles have batteries used as an energy source.

The reach trucks purchased for the plant are stackers with a retractable mast designed to service high–rise shelving systems. They feature high load capacity (up to 1,600 kg) and are ideal for working in narrow aisles and confined spaces. Reach trucks are used for loading and unloading the supplied components at the central warehouse, while the loader serves dumper assembly shop No. 5. With the arrival of novelties, the total number of vehicles involved in the central warehouse reached nine units.

NAPI (National Industrial Information Agency)

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