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Win a $799 prize for completing the 2020 Forklift Survey

The biannual Forklift Survey is now live and seeking respondents who have the chance to win a major prize valued at $799 just for conducting the short online questionnaire.

Australian forklift users are encouraged to take part in the 2020 forklift survey to help  influence improvements of future models.

Major suppliers such as Crown Equipment and Toyota Material Handling Australia have used results from previous surveys to meet the required needs from forklift users across the nation. 

Results from the survey will improve technology and enhance services offered to industry that meets the needs of material handling equipment owners.

Enhanced operations with cost effective technologies have proven to be implemented since analysing feedback from forklift users who previously participated in the most recent 2018 survey. 

Two years ago, forklift users were most familiar with brands including Crown, Hyster, and Toyota. With a vast range of manufactures now available to the market, respondents are expected to show familiarity to more brands.

In 2018, 83 percent of forklift users said safety was the most important attribute when evaluating forklifts. Performance, operator comfort and control were also highly noted by users as the most important features of a forklift. 

Results such as leasing and purchasing agreements, a rank of most known and unknown forklift brands, opinions and preferred technical features of forklifts on the market will be revealed from a range of respondents in the logistics and supply chain industry who complete the list of questions. 

One lucky respondent will win two Fitbit Ionic smart watches valued at $799, that have the ability to track daily activity through a wireless-enabled wearable device.

The survey will close on 31st April 2020.

To participate in the 2020 forklift survey CLICK HERE or visit http://mhdsupplychain.com.au/forklift-survey/

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