About us

about ct power

About Us

CT Power Forklifts offers a comprehensive & innovative range of material handling equipment through the distribution (sales), rental and value add (service, maintenance, and parts).

Reliable forklift solutions to enhance the efficiency & productivity of your business in the following sectors: Logistics, Manufacturing, FMCG, Agricultural, Retail, Automotive, Mining, Airports, Port Operations, Government, Container Handling, Waste Management, Municipalities, contract cleaning, Cargo management.

Reynolds Hire has been appointed as the non-exclusive distributor for CT Power Forklifts.

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30,000

Annual production capacity units

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15

Largest forklift supplier globally

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30

Year of experience with pride

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1989

Reynolds Hire established

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Ergonomic comfort

Perfect shape & position of manual gear lever & smaller steering wheel facilitates the driver’s operation.

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Unibody frame

Boltless, unibody design increases strength & improves safety.

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Integrated transmission

Advances hydrodynamics for greater precision and smoothness. Equipped with automotive grade gears & transmission is powerful, smooth, quiet and durable.

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Optimum heat distribution

New design with 40% larger radiator space dissipates heat faster and keeps engine cool.

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Safety

Seat safety ``power off`` switch with blue safety lights.

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Battery

Lead-acid battery and lithium-ion battery can be used interchangeably.

Sustainability

In the current landscape, major clients prioritize sustainability as a crucial performance metric.

Logistic operators face growing pressure to minimize the use of environmentally unfriendly energy sources. Opting for a lithium-ion battery, delivers a significantly reduced environmental footprint compared to lead acid batteries. This extends beyond just energy efficiency, encompassing lower risks of toxic emissions and environmental contamination.

The lithium-ion battery offers swift charging without dedicated bays, swap outs, or cooldown periods. No need to take them out of the forklift – they’re safe, maintenance-free, unlike lead acid batteries that demand lengthy charging, cooldown, and swap-out processes, causing productivity losses.

Forklift Safety, Health, and Environment Guidelines

At CT Power, we highly recommend prioritising safety, health, and environmental well-being in forklift operations which is paramount for sustainable and efficient workplace management. Comprehensive guidelines not only mitigate risks but also contribute to a safer, healthier, and environmentally conscious working environment. Here are key considerations for optimal forklift operations:

Operator Training:

Mandate rigorous forklift operator training programmes.

Emphasise adherence to safe driving practices, efficient load handling, and swift emergency response.

Regularly update training protocols to align with evolving technologies and safety standards for ongoing compliance.

Equipment Maintenance:

Establish a systematic maintenance schedule for forklifts.

Regularly inspect and promptly address any identified issues to prevent untimely breakdowns.

Document maintenance activities meticulously to track the condition and performance of each forklift.

Safe Operating Practices:

Enforce stringent speed limits and safe distancing within the facility.

Restrict forklift operation to authorised personnel only.

Emphasise the proper use of seat belts and other integral safety features.

Load Handling:

Train operators in effective load handling techniques to prevent injuries and minimise potential damage.

Clearly label load capacity on each forklift, strictly adhering to weight limits.

Discourage carrying obstructive loads that may compromise the operator’s line of sight.

Emergency Preparedness:

Establish clear, easily accessible emergency procedures for forklift-related incidents.

Ensure ready access to emergency equipment, including strategically placed fire extinguishers.

Conduct regular drills to validate and improve the efficacy of emergency responses.

Environmental Considerations:

Implement measures to minimise forklift emissions, including routine engine maintenance.

Advocate for the use of electric forklifts to reduce the overall carbon footprint.

Adhere to proper disposal methods for batteries and other forklift-related waste in accordance with environmental regulations.

Workspace Design:

Designate specific pathways for forklift traffic to prevent collisions.

Clearly mark pedestrian walkways and intersections to enhance visibility.

Install mirrors and warning signs strategically to improve visibility and overall safety awareness.

Health and Ergonomics:

Provide operators with ergonomic seating and controls to minimise fatigue.

Encourage regular breaks to prevent musculoskeletal issues and enhance overall operator well-being.

Educate operators on maintaining optimal health and wellness for prolonged productivity.

Record Keeping:

Maintain comprehensive records of forklift inspections, maintenance, and operator training.

Leverage these records to identify trends, address recurring issues, and continually enhance safety measures for ongoing compliance.

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