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Rough terrain Forklifts

Rough terrain forklift solutions

Vallee specializes in crafting large-capacity and rough-terrain forklifts that redefine the standards of industrial material handling. Vallée forklifts provide unparalleled visibility and a compact design. These features set us apart from front-end loaders. The agility of our machines thus ensures enhanced efficiency in operations. With impressive lifting capacities ranging from 10,000 to 50,000 lbs, these forklifts are engineered to handle the most demanding tasks in diverse environments such as saw mills, ports, mines, quarries and industrial sites. Vallee’s commitment to innovation is evident in their versatile forklift designs, available in articulated and non-articulated models and powered by either diesel or electric engines. This ensures versatility and high performance in any setting and any conditions. Distinguished by their durability and reliability, Vallee forklifts feature advanced hydraulic systems for efficient heavy lifting and are designed with the operator’s comfort in mind. Ideal for transporting large or irregular loads, Vallee’s forklifts are a cornerstone in industries requiring the movement of heavy materials in rough conditions, offering a blend of power, precision, and safety tailored to meet specific and diverse customer needs.

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FAQ: Rough terrain and Large Capacity Forklift Trucks

Rough terrain forklifts have a significantly higher lifting capacity than standard forklifts, typically ranging from 10,000 to 50,000 pounds. Note that the actual capacity can vary based on the load’s distribution and attachments used.

The choice between pneumatic and cushion tires depends on your operational environment. Pneumatic tires are ideal for outdoor or rough terrain, offering increased stability. Cushion tires are better suited for indoor use on smooth surfaces like warehouses.

Yes, the requirements for operating a rough terrain forklift vary by region. In the United States, operators must be trained and certified according to OSHA standards. In Canada, training and certification requirements are set by provincial bodies, such as the Ministry of Labour in Ontario and the CNESST in Quebec. In Europe, operators must receive training following EU directives and national regulations of each member state.
Please note that Vallée offers on-site training for businesses.


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