Terex AWP's Genie QuickStock lift aims to simplify inventory picking

Terex AWP introduces the new Genie QuickStock (QS) lift designed to make inventory picking faster, easier, and safer than rolling stairs or manually propelled lifts. An expansion of the Genie Runabout product line, the QS lift is both compact and easy to maneuver. It is available in all three Runabout model heights (12, 15, and 20 feet) and comes in two different versions: Retail (R) or Warehouse (W).

With a footprint of just 53" by 29.5" and a zero inside turning radius, the QS lift is made to easily maneuver through tight aisleways as well as navigate high-density shelving common in warehouse locations. A capacity up to 500 lbs, or 350 lbs for the QS 20, facilitates picking and placing large boxes, bicycles and other irregular objects from high stocking locations. The units include optional dual bicycle hooks and a standard large front workstation tray. The unit's joystick is positioned up front, providing the operator with excellent visibility. A handy rear parcel tray is available on both the QS 12 and 15.

Enclosed wiring and maintenance-free batteries provide low machine maintenance. Light machine weight, non-marking tires, and quick battery charging allows for quick use of the QS lift on most surfaces and applications. A 6-ft charger cord allows the battery to be charged without the need for a separate extension cord.

Dual platform swing-gates provide the operator with easy access no matter which direction the unit is facing while parked next to shelving. A step-in height of 15.5" and easy-to-use proportional controls make machine operation quick, easy, and efficient.

The R version offers standard features customized for front-of-the-house applications. Dual flashing beacons notify surrounding people the unit is in operation. An obstruction sensing pad on top of the chassis senses when an object is on the unit, causing the platform to automatically stop descending.

The W version includes the same features and benefits of the retail package, with the exception of the dual flashing beacons and the obstruction sensing pad.

Visit www.terex.com for more information.

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