Crown puts hand pallet trucks online

Crown puts hand pallet trucks online

Crown has added online availability to its material handling equipment sales with an iconic warehousing workhorse.

Two different models of its hand pallet truck, the Crown PTH Series, are now available for order through the Crown website to suit an array of different work environments and pallet sizes.

Crown PTH 2745 and 2045 models can now be ordered directly through Crown with flat rate shipping of $75 for one hand pallet truck to any address in Australia. Additional hand pallet trucks for each order will receive discounted shipping rates.

Managing director Greg Simmonds said Crown’s online sales of hand pallet trucks is a way the company is making it easier for customers to satisfy their material handling needs.

“We’ve always believed in putting the customer at the centre of everything we do, and selling our hand pallet trucks through our convenient online store is another part of this,” Mr Simmonds said.

“The Crown PTH models are bestsellers for a reason – they’re built to the same high standards as our entire product range, ensuring functionality and a long, useful service life.”

The PTH 2745, with its 685mm wide and 1143mm long dimensions, is for standard Australian pallets. The PTH 2045, measuring 508mm by 1143mm, is suited to narrower European pallets or skids.

Both models feature solid steel construction, robust linkage and pump, hard-wearing nylon wheels and entry/exit wheels.

The Crown PTH models have been undergoing constant refinement and improvement since the company’s first hand pallet trucks were released in the 1960s.

 

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