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The most common description for electric forklifts are the type "E" meaning the trucks meets the least standards for fire and electrical hazards. All the lift trucks that are labeled type E are not suitable for use in unsafe areas. Type "ES" forklifts meet all the requirements of Type "E" trucks and have additional equipment to stop the emission of sparks and control the surface temperature of lift truck parts.
The more specialized forklifts are the type "ES" electric vehicle and these are not typically found in the marketplace. Type "EE" trucks meet all the standards of the ES and E model and have all electrical motor and spark producing parts totally enclosed. The type "EE" version is then utilized where dangerous environments have been identified. Type "EX" lift trucks are specifically intended for use in environments where flammable fibers or dust or vapors could be existing. These types of forklifts are constructed with no spark producing components together with different protective measures so as to ensure optimum safety in the dangerous applications they could be utilized for.
In the global trade of material handling, forklifts play an important role for transporting industrial goods. First innovated as industrial vehicles in the 1930s in the U.S., lift trucks gained popularity after WWII during the 1940s. Becoming an efficient and reliable means to material handling solutions, the practicality and need of these equipment spread globally.
In the year 1949, started by Mr. N. Niwa, the first Toyo Carrier Manufacturing Company Limited, which was later named Toyo Umpanki Co, was recognized. Now the business is simply known as TCM Corporation. Through the years, TCM lift trucks have become a global leader in forklift manufacturing and have built a solid reputation in the trade. TCM started building lift truck manufacturing locations outside of Japan during the 1980s and is now engaged in forklift manufacturer at three foreign factories in the United States, Europe and China.
TCM proudly makes various models of industrial lift trucks with more than 50 years of accumulated technology and expertise, making their products recognized and used all around the world. Characterized by energetic staff and strong initiatives, TCM continues to look toward the future and intends to become a world-class leading business.