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Used Narrow Aisle Forklifts

Narrow aisle forklifts or dock stackers are most used for moving pallet loads from dock areas to storage racks and can travel in aisles that are half the normal width. Aisles can be placed closer together for additional storage without sacrificing the ability to maneuver a forklift throughout. Many warehouses are filled with inventory tightly stacked between mezzanines and tiers. Narrow aisle forklifts are a cost-effective way that improves handling of inventory in an efficient and safe manner. Their weight capacities range from 3,000 to 3,500 lbs. Used narrow aisle reach trucks from ASI come with a 30-day ASI guarantee, and include manufacturers such as Hyster, Crown, and Clark.

Used Raymond R40-C40TT Narrow Aisle Docker
Used Raymond R40-C40TT Narrow Aisle Docker
  • Navigate Narrow Aisles
  • Capacity: 4,000 lbs.
  • Battery: 36 Volts
  • [FL-0150]

Available Combo Deals

Narrow Aisle Forklifts were created in 1954; a British company developed what they claimed to be the very first narrow aisle reach truck. This was a breakthrough in forklift technology and the way distribution centers were designed. Aisles could now be closer together, allowing for more dense storage. With the added density, facilities can store significantly more product in the same amount of area, while still being able to maneuver the forklift.

Narrow aisle forklifts can operate in aisle widths as small as three feet plus the depth of the pallet. When compared to a typical 12-foot aisle of a standard forklift, a very narrow aisle forklift uses 40% less floor space. This means that the same storage facility can have 40% more inventory in the same amount of space being utilized prior.

Narrow aisle forklifts are ideal for maximizing storage density. This can save your company a significant amount of money, especially if considering moving to a larger facility. Need help choosing forklifts, or would you like some advice on rearranging your aisle for maximum efficiency? Give ASI a call today; our dedicated sales team will help you find the right lift equipment for your operation. We can also provide CAD drawings and installation services to help you re-organize your facility.

Call one of our experienced sales associated today at (800) 876-3736 or request a quote online today!