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Steinbock Boss Forklift Manuals PDF
Building on prior inventions of forklift trucks for agricultural companies, Mossburg-based German material handling equipment maker Steinbock Boss began manufacturing material handling equipment for warehouse requirements in 1922.
The business started working on the first German electric forklift in 1930 and released it to the market. It then vigorously pursued research into internal combustion engines in the 1950s and launched its diesel forklift at the start of the 1960s.
The business establishes two more production facilities in Galway, Ireland, and Roding, Germany, which serve as the company’s foundation. In addition to developing and implementing its component testing system for manufacturing material handling equipment at these locations, Steinbock Boss is also actively working to improve three-wheel forklifts. The first example the company unveiled in the early 1950s was a solution for working in confined spaces.
The business released the first all-terrain loader to the market in 1961, which was made to maneuver in large-scale quarries and work on challenging terrain.
The world’s fastest loader, capable of moving at a speed of 50 kilometers per hour, was introduced to the market by the business in 1963. The company provided loading equipment in 1971 to service the Summer Olympic Games.
Steinbock Boss is the first German firm, inventor, and producer of warehouse equipment to acquire the ISO 9001 quality certificate, creating a network of service centers across Europe in the 1990s.
Steinbock Boss now holds a strong position in the European market for loading equipment. The business operates a network of service centers and sales offices across the continent, launches a new loader every six months, and continuously enhances its model lineup.
Steinbock Boss prioritizes the sustainability of its goods; 98% of the loader parts are recyclable, and the loaders feature specialized emission reduction, soot filtration, and noise reduction systems.
All Steinbock Boss forklifts are patented machines with complete solutions in every part, including the forklift control system (which enables a load to be smoothly lowered without negative impulses on the forklift), the chassis designed for different types of operation, and the undercarriage and loader system monitoring.
For usage in high-load warehouses where every square inch of available space is valuable, Steinbock Boss manufactures mobile electric forklifts and forklifts with all different types of engines, ranging from 1 to 50 tons, in particular variants made for handling containers.