At Hyster, we know that each and every work environment and application requirement can be different. We have customers in a wide array of industries which inspire us to offer a very diverse range of materials handling product solutions. Regardless of what your industry is or what the environmental conditions we have a machinery to suit all your requirements and get tasks completed effectively. We have built trusting relationships between service, manufacturing and marketing teams so that we could assure you that all equipment are manufactured to the highest quality standards and that you will receive the ongoing support you need when you have a Hyster machine on your work site.
Each machinery which Hyster sells goes through a nine stage development procedure from initial concept and design to the manufacturing and sale of the machinery. Every stage of the development process has been established to guarantee product quality over the lifetime of the equipment. Hyster testing centers can simulate the life cycle of a forklift in order to ensure that the equipment lasts and that it performs as intended.
In order to be certain that we know what all our clients really want, Hyster performs a lot of research concerning customer needs. All this research is then applied to the products design. Designs are built utilizing cutting edge computer aided design systems that help to lessen the risk of weak points and make certain that positioning of every part is optimal for both performance and servicing requirements. Afterward, prototypes are made in cooperation with specialists and professionals in compartment design and ergonomics. Every prototype and component is put through thorough life cycle testing to find and correct any problems that can lessen the life of a machinery or a part to a less than optimal level. When a machine comes out of the testing stage of development, we would like to be sure that it will work to a high standard. Testing in real life settings is also performed so that we can collect more information on the equipment's performance and be confident that it will meet the standards required to finish the task.