Hyster’s Big Trucks, offering fuel savings of up to 25 percent for ports, terminals and heavy industries, will be a central feature of the company’s display at TOC Europe next month.
The trucks are also compliant with the Tier 4f / Stage IV emissions reduction program, the final part of a 16-year international emissions reduction drive which aims to decrease emissions to a level 50-96 percent lower than the current Tier 3 / Stage IIIA diesel engines.
“End users will benefit from the enhanced savings offered by the latest Tier 4f / Stage IV compliant models” states Hyster Sales Manager, Chris van de Werdt.
Product Strategy Manager, Jan Willem van den Brand states “our goal was to continue our Profitable Low Emissions strategy reducing the total cost of operations and ownership while meeting the new standards for a cleaner environment. We now have up to 25 percent fuel savings on our 2014 models compared to Stage IIIA 2010 trucks and many of our competitors.”
Hyster Company, part of the American NACCO Materials Handling Group, will be stationed at stand F4 at this year’s TOC Europe event being held at the ExcCel in London from June 24th to June 26th.
The company has also announced that the first Hyster Big Trucks with a lifting capacity above 18-tonnes will leave the production line in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, in July.
These trucks will meet the Tier 4f / Stage IV legislation with pioneering EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation), DOC (Diesel Oxidation Catalyst) and SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technologies.