Raymond completes order picker range


The Raymond Corporation has developed its latest order picker for light-duty applications, as well as increasing lift speeds of other models in the range.

The arrival of the 5300 means the company now provides a configuration for every material handling application.

Equipped with a 24V battery, the model is available with two mast options. The two-stage mast option has a lift height of 241in (6.12m) and a lift capacity of 2,200 lb (100kg), while the three-stage mast offers a lift height of 240in (6.09m) and capable of lifting up to 3,000 lb (1,360kg).

Included in the 5300 is the company’s ACR system which gives operators more uptime, quicker acceleration and smoother directional changes. It also enables fewer battery changes and advanced diagnostics, meaning maintenance costs and total cost per ownership is minimized.

“To maximize productivity in today’s fast-paced industry, the Model 5300 will offer design versatility and affordability to better serve customers’ needs for light-duty, value-driven applications and single-shift pick throughput requirements,” said Shannon Curtis, product manager for order pickers, Raymond.

In addition, product enhancements have been made to the Raymond Model 5500 and 5600 order pickers, which are used for medium- to high-throughput and heavy performance applications. On both models, the lift and lower speeds have been improved, allowing for more picks per shift and increased productivity.

“These product line enhancements help us offer configurations for all applications, and our improved lift and lower speeds will move more product faster to keep pace with today’s heightened demands,” Curtis said.

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