With twenty-three years in business and three locations in Idaho—Twin Falls, Idaho Falls, and Coeur d'Alene—this Anheuser-Busch distributor runs the CooLift on all of its routes, including hybrid routes to deliver standard skids to major grocery stores and CooLift pallets to convenience stores at the same time.
"Once drivers use the CooLift system they don't want to go back to the hand truck moving one stack at a time instead of 30-40 cases on the CooLift," noted Watkins.
Because customers can put more CooLift pallets on bigger equipment, and it is faster at the point of delivery, one truck can handle more cases than the traditional sideloaded trucks.
Magline, Inc. (www.magliner.com)
The Magline difference has distinct advantages in a variety of products including…
• Two-Wheel Hand Trucks
• Convertible Trucks
• Brake Trucks
• Bottle Water Hand Trucks
• Powered Stair Climbers
• Bulk Delivery Trucks
Founded in 1947, Magline continues to lead the industry in manufacturing hand trucks. The innovative designs of two-wheel hand trucks, convertible hand trucks, bulk delivery trucks, special application trucks, and ramps are durable and enhance workplace safety. D. Brian Law, Chairman and CEO, recently explained, “We believe it’s our responsibility to maintain and build on our legacy of value, quality, and innovation. We continue to develop safer and more efficient delivery products and systems.”