One shot loader combines with forklifts
02 July 2018
For loading and unloading containers, solely relying on forklifts can be a waste of time and resources. It takes a forklift an average of 38.4 minutes to load 6.58 tons (5,973 kg) worth of pallets into a container but it takes only 15 minutes for Joloda’s container loading system to stuff 28 tons (25,401 kg) of load into a container.
Joloda’s Manual One Shot Container Stuffing System self-loads long, heavy and wide preassembled loads up to 28 tonnes in one motion. The system requires loads to be pre-assembled on a dunnage raft, but this allows loading of goods in “one shot”.
With the combination of the two, you can use the forklift to load the cargo on the container loading system’s skate train and let the loader do the rest.
The company adds: “With our system, you can limit the use of your forklifts, reduce maintenance costs and make one-man operations possible. As our container loading system works with standard ISO containers, no modifications or expensive top or side loading containers are required.
“With our container loading system, forklift drivers only need to put the load on our skate train. There’s no need for several manoeuvres to stuff the load into the container, minimising the use of forklifts and the risks that come with it."