How to Order a Yale Forklift Part Catalog
Yale is one of the industry leaders in the manufacture of all different types of forklifts. With wear and tear, sometimes these machines need parts replaced, and to do that you may want a catalog that allows you to order the exact part you need to fix.
Yale is one of the oldest manufacturers of lift trucks in the world and has been in business for over 130 years. Its tagline is “People. Products. Productivity.” The company uses this to describe what it thinks makes a business successful. Its business model has made the company very successful with worldwide distribution in all categories of lift trucks, according to its website.
What Is a Lift Truck
A lift truck is a synonym for a forklift and, simply put, is a machine that can lift loads that are stacked on a pallet. The pallet has a raised platform with two holes that go through the entire platform. When the forks of the forklift are inserted into these two holes, the entire pallet can be lifted off the ground, which enables it to be moved.
Most Replaced Parts
Certain parts of a forklift tend to need to be replaced sooner than others. This is due to stress on certain parts of the machine that see heavier use. There are eight different parts that usually wear out and need to be replaced sooner than others, says Warehouse IQ. These parts are the oil filter, chain, air filter, spark plugs, pedal pad, oil fill element, forklift horn and cylinder end pins.
To order a replacement part for a Yale forklift, find the part number that needs to be replaced. Examining the original part usually allows you to find the serial or part number on the piece that needs to be fixed. Once you find the part number, you can look up the replacement in a catalog.
How to Order Replacement Parts
The parts catalog for Yale forklifts used to be something that had to be ordered, but is now widely available online. Parts literature is usually only available to Yale customers through an authorized Yale dealer. The Yale website has a find a dealer feature that will allow you to find a dealer close to your area who can help you to find the correct parts literature. If you order through Yale, it guarantees that if the machine is less than two years old, the part needed will be there within 24 hours or it is free. This not only builds customer loyalty to order through Yale instead of a third-party supplier, but also ensures you can get back to business quickly if something breaks down and needs to be repaired.
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Spotlight: Grow through development planning
People who are the best in their fields do not just do great things because of their innate skill, or talent, or by chance or luck… it is because they all work non-stop on their skills, plans and goals. They do not just “work on their work” – they consciously work on developing themselves so that they will be strong and capable on their chosen path to achieve big goals. When we look at some of the highest achievers in history – Mark Twain, Ben Franklin, Leonardo da Vinci, Pablo Picasso, and Olympic athletes – you see that they all achieved their professional development through discipline, education, and planning.
I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do. - Leonardo da Vinci
We all know that development is crucial to success. Success is not what you get, but who you become. The only way to become more is to develop yourself through action and self-education. Sitting around dreaming and wishing for success will not bring about change. You will have to make a determined effort to be a lifelong learner and grow as an individual.
Six Steps To Consider When Building Your Development Plan
Get to know yourself.
An individual development plan is only as valuable as it is honest. Start with a self-assessment of your critical skill and development needs. What professional skills do you have? What skills do you need to work on? What are your strengths? What type of feedback have you received at work? What skills do you need to succeed in your dream job?
An individual development plan should be attainable, yet sufficiently challenging for you to accomplish. It should include the right balance of training, on-the job application, and other assignments that involve higher level tasks and responsibilities.
Use defined timeframes.
Create short-term goals and action items that can be achieved within weeks and months. It is great to think long-term and establish goals for the future (up to 5 years), but be prepared to alter those goals based on changing conditions and priorities. The key is to focus on the short-term goals and opportunities, and continue to build on them toward a longer-term goal.
Be specific and flexible.
A well-written individual development plan is as specific as possible when defining the actions and behaviors that you are going to do to reach your goals. It is likely that you will learn more about yourself as you complete your action items because a key to goal achievement is reflecting on your experience. Reflect on what is and is not working for you. Take what you learn from your experiences and course correct, as necessary.
Track and measure outcomes.
With any goal you need to be able to define success and failure. Sometimes there is not a clear metric to measure results, but it is still important that you define what success looks like upfront and evaluate your progress along the way. How will you know when you achieve the goal? What will it look like? What will be different?
It is important to know how others perceive you. Share your goals and action items with your manager, or a trusted colleague or mentor. Solicit honest and constructive feedback from them. Give them permission to be real and honest with you and your opportunities. For many people, providing constructive feedback is harder than receiving it, so be open to their feedback and show appreciation for their input.
If this all seems like a lot of work, think about all the benefits you will gain by focusing on your development:
- It expands your perspective—The more you learn, the better you can be in life.
- It improves your mental strength—When you know what you are good at and where you need to improve, it can make you a stronger person.
- It provides a sense of direction—Knowing what you want to achieve is fundamental to your success.
- It improves your focus and effectiveness—You are able to do things with higher effectiveness.
There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self. – Ernest Hemmingway
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