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Maximum storage density achieved

12 December 2012

High end women's fashion label Marc Cain is one of the first German companies to take del - ivery of the new narrow chassis 15E Aisle-Master articulated forklift model, which is working in a new warehouse at its HQ so

High end women's fashion label Marc Cain is one of the first German companies to take del - ivery of the new narrow chassis 15E Aisle-Master articulated forklift model, which is working in a new warehouse at its HQ south of Stuttgart.

The 2300m2 storage area houses bales of textiles that are designed and produced in-house, and team manager, Mr.

Lacher was keen to make the best use of space from the outset as he explains: "Setting up this facility from scratch was a good opportunity for us to review the trucks available on the market. Space optimisation and indoor/outdoor operation were priorities and when we saw the Aisle- Master working at a nearby location we realised that it was the solution for Marc Cain too. The current combination of the Aisle-Master, narrow working aisles and racking to a height of 5.4m has enabled us to achieve maximum storage density." The 15E model with a lift capacity of 1.5t is a relatively new addition to Aisle-Master's range and is designed for handling lighter loads in low bay applications.
 
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