How do you carry a 12-foot tall panel down a tunnel only 8 feet tall and then set it upright in a large gallery? By providing a 90-degree tilt back, 90-degree rotation, and put the operator where he is out of the way but can see everything.
Littoral Combat Ship
A fast, stealthy ship that can operate in heavy seas needs a forklift to safely handle mission packages below decks. The Wiggins LCS does just that with 3 computers, a dozen sensors, safety control programming, and locking stability steer axle. The operator can get the job done safely and quickly even while the deck is pitching and rolling. UL rated and U.S. Navy-approved, with shock-load analysis and certified for use in heat, cold, rain, salt, and fog.
For the Singapore Navy, Wiggins designed and manufactured this marina lift with custom forks designed to lift navy boats from trailers. It also sports a custom lift height and fail-safe components. After three days of performance testing specifically required by the navy, this lift passed with flying colors.
(NY Fire Department)
Fire boats, rescue boats, and EMT boats—where do you find room to store them ready for quick use in an emergency? Rack ‘em and stack ‘em. The Fire Department in New York Harbor has a big job to do, and Wiggins provided a big forklift to help them do it, rated at full capacity to the top.
What Customers Say
Wiggins 12-pallet trucks are simple, easy to work on, and dependable. They have good visibility and are the preferred truck by the drivers.Mike McCauley