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Combi-CS pedestrian stacker wins prestigious IFOY Award
Combilift is a winner at this year’s IFOY Awards 2020—one of the most prestigious and hotly contested international awards in the materials handling industry which honours the best products and solutions of the year. The company won the Warehouse Truck Lowlifter Category with its innovative Combi-CS pedestrian counterbalance stacker.
The Combi-CS features Combilift’s unique, internationally patented and award winning multi-position tiller arm which can be turned to the left or right of the unit to position the rear drive wheel, allowing the operator to remain in the safest position- at the side of the machine rather than at the rear as is the case with other pedestrian stackers. This ensures optimum visibility of the load and surroundings as well as guaranteeing maximum safety in areas where other personnel or members of the public may be present.
Due to the current circumstances, the hundreds of people that normally attend the IFOY ceremony could not get together personally, so the organizers rolled out the virtual red carpet for the winners on the Internet on July 13, 2020 at www.ifoy.org.
“Special times require special solutions and this year’s IFOY Awards were dedicated to the best innovations in intralogistics and moreover to the people who make intralogistics happen,” said IFOY founder and executive chairperson of the IFOY Jury Anita Würmser.
Finalists’ products underwent stringent IFOY audit and innovation checks by industry experts and journalists from leading logistics media from 19 countries also tested and evaluated the equipment for qualities such as technology, design, ergonomics, safety, marketability, customer benefit and sustainability.
“On behalf of the whole Combilift team I am delighted to receive the IFOY 2020 Award and proud that this innovative product has been recognised as valuable solution for the intralogistics sector. We extend our thanks to the IFOY jury for selecting us for this important award,” said Combilift CEO and Co-founder Martin McVicar.