Current Methods

“No-Lift” Pallet Mover Advantages

“I use forklifts to move pallets”

  • A $25,000 forklift is an expensive tool to move a $15 pallet.
  • A “No-Lift” pallet mover costs less than $200 each.
  • An employee, regardless of physical attributes, gender or age can easily and safely move empty pallets.
  • Forklifts are already on site and are paid for.
  • Several “no-Lift” pallet movers can be conveniently distributed throughout the warehouse/plant.
  • “No-Lift” pallet movers are not intended to replace forklifts.
  • An operator does not have to flag down a forklift and driver to move a pallet.  She can easily move an empty pallet on her own, freeing the forklift to be used more productively.
  • Forklifts are expensive to operate and maintain.
  • “No-lift” pallet movers require no maintenance at all.
  • Operators must undergo expensive and time consuming training and certification and regular recertification.
  • No training or certification is required for a “No-Lift” pallet mover…any employee can now move pallets safely.
  • Forklifts require a minimum 4 foot aisle to move a pallet horizontal position.
  • “No-Lift” pallet movers carry pallets in a vertical position and can easily go through standard doors or tight/obstructed warehouse aisles as narrow as 14 inches.
  • Big box stores require a forklift operator and a spotter to move a single empty pallet.
  • No spotter or forklift is required when using the “No-Lift” pallet mover.

“I use pallet jacks to move pallets”

  • Similar issues to forklifts, but pallet jacks are less expensive.
  • A “No-Lift” pallet mover costs less than $200 each.
  • Pallet jacks are relatively heavy and need some physical effort to move the jack to pick up, load and then move an empty pallet.
  • “No-Lift” pallet movers weigh only 18 pounds and are very maneuverable with 4 moveable casters.
  • Pallet jacks end up “pushing” a pallet until the front wheels enter the pallet openings and skip over the lower stringers – operators end up “chasing” a pallet on the warehouse floor.
  • “No-Lift” pallet movers use a simple “tilt, tilt, center and go” process (please refer to demo video on the website).
  • Pallet jacks need maintenance of cylinder, pistons, and seals over time.
  • “No-Lift” pallet movers require no maintenance at all.
  • Pallet jacks are noticeably heavier than the empty pallets they retrieve.
  • “No-Lift” pallet movers are light and easy to handle reducing operator fatigue.

“My employees move pallets by Hand”

  • Many employees do not take the basic precaution of using gloves or the right tool to move a pallet resulting in hand injuries.
  • Always wear gloves to avoid splinters, nails and unknown debris.
  • Always use the right tool to safely move a pallet.  Most times that can be a “No-Lift” pallet mover.
  • Many employees drag, push, pull, or carry a pallet because many times they can’t flag down a forklift to move pallets which results in injuries.
  • Any employee can now quickly move an empty pallet in the warehouse using the “No-Lift” pallet mover.
  • If an employee is relatively small physically, she invokes a stronger co-worker to move a pallet.
  • The “No-Lift” pallet mover is designed for workers of all gender, age and strength.
  • Operators have been known to carry an empty pallet by holding it over their heads as they walk it to its intended location.
  • Carrying a heavy load overhead is an injury-prone method of moving a pallet.
  • Operators push or pull a pallet to where it is needed.
  • Cracks in the floor can lead to snagging of the pallet’s edge with an abrupt jump that can cause an injury.
  • “A few pallets can be moved by hand.”
  • If “more than a few” pallets are to be moved it becomes a tiresome task and can cause strain and injuries.
  • My operators are young and strong and can easily move pallets by hand.
  • As a workforce ages there is a greater risk of injuries.

“I do not move that many pallets in my operations”

  • “I do not move that many pallets in my operation.”
  • When questioned or challenged to accurately count the number of empty pallets that are moved daily in a warehouse, many managers are noticeably surprised at the number of pallets being moved and reconsider their working methods.
  • It only takes one improperly handled pallet to cause an injury.
  • Most injuries of this nature go unreported.
  • If employees do not have a safe method to move pallets, they will drag or improperly lift pallets causing back injuries or other muscular strains.
  • “No-Lift” pallet mover uses a safe and consistent method to move empty pallets… “tilt, tilt, center and go”.
  • Even with a low number of pallet moves per day the strain of random moves can cause injury.
  • Proper lifting techniques combined with the proper use of the “No-Lift” pallet mover will make the safest method to manually move a pallet.
  • “I have a variety of pallets in my operation.”
  • Pallets can significantly vary in weight due to differences in pallet materials and design – the “No-Lift” pallet mover provides a safe tool to move any type/weight/configuration of pallet.

“We do not have many injuries when moving pallets”

  • Current pallet moving methods are inconsistent employee to employee and company to company.
  • Proper lifting techniques, combined with the proper use of the “No-Lift” pallet mover, makes it the safest way to manually move a pallet.
  • “I do not hear of injuries when my people move pallets.”
  • Most injuries of this nature go unreported.
  • Protecting your employees is protecting your business.
  • Moving pallets is a “pain in the neck.”
  • The “No-Lift” pallet mover is a fun and easy to use safety tool that encourages proper working methods, thereby reducing injuries.
  • A petite female employee has to get a “guy” to move a pallet.
  • Any employee, regardless of physical attributes, gender or age can now safely move empty pallets.
  • Most employees will do anything to get the job done.
  • Give employees a safe tool to do the job properly and quickly.

“Other comments from users”

  • “This pallet mover could potentially lower our insurance costs.”
  • Small investment for a very safe return.
  • The “No-Lift” pallet mover provides a consistent, safe working method and instills a safety conscious approach for the employee that will extend to all area of the operation.
  • Pallet handling weight reduced by 66%.
  • Only when using the “tilt, tilt, center and go” method and the “No-Lift” pallet mover.
  • “I have all sorts of different pallets in my operation.”
  • The “No-Lift” pallet mover can safely transport wooden and/or plastic pallets of any weight, especially pallets in poor repair.

Specifications and characteristics

  • Made in the USA with American components
  • No maintenance required
  • Patented design
  • Each wheel rated at 110 lbs. weight capacity
  • Ergonomic handle
  • Low center of gravity
  • Two Year Warranty
  • Heavy duty steel base for long service life
  • Light weight and easy to maneuver
  • High visibility colors – orange for wood and yellow for plastic pallet
  • Custom sizes available – please call the factory

“You cannot keep doing the same thing, the same way and expect different results”

The “No-Lift” pallet mover is ideal for your receiving, sorting, incoming, stocking, assembly and WIP areas, production, packing or shipping areas…anywhere and everywhere pallets are used.