If your application has narrow aisles or requires picking small products, consider adding Clark’s OSQ order picker to your fleet. Operators love its stability and intuitive controls, and managers will appreciate its low cost of ownership.
Read on for key specs, product highlights, and what types of operations should and shouldn’t buy a Clark OSQ order picker.
The Clark OSQ is best-in-class for safety, stability, flexibility and ease of use. Compared to competitors (such as the Crown Wave), Clark's order picker is superior in all aspects.
Operators will appreciate the order picker’s intuitive controls, integrated safety features, and how stable it feels - even with the platform at maximum height. The OSQ has a small turning radius and overall footprint, and it fits through standard door openings.
The Clark OSQ is built very well and designed to provide years of good service. Because it uses a brushless AC drive motor, cost of ownership and maintenance costs are as minimal as possible. If maintained properly, Clark's OSQ will deliver years of reliable service at a low cost of operation.
Product name: OSQ
Price range: $13K-$25K
Value for the money: Excellent
Interesting features: Small footprint, easy to operate, fingertip travel control, lift, and lower functions, uses Clark's patented mast for stability and safety.
A quick customer story: we demo’d the Clark OSQ for a customer that manufactures and distributes furniture. The OSQ worked very well in their application and made picking smaller items, such as cushions (in boxes), very easy. The OSQ's features, ease of use, and small size worked well. But in the end, the customer decided not to buy this particular order picker due to its smaller platform size.
That said, the customer liked the functionality, pricing and safety/stability of the OSQ and may consider buying it at a later date. All the operators that tried the machine liked the Clark OSQ, especially its stability at height.
Clark's OSQ order picker is a great option for narrow aisle facilities that pick and stock smaller inventory items. Tight spaces and high heights are no problem for the OSQ. It can fit through standard doorways and allow the operator to reach upwards of 200." Auto parts manufacturers and warehouses, plumbing supply warehouses, food service distribution, and food broadliners are just a few applications that are a good match for the Clark OSQ.
Don’t buy a Clark OSQ if you’re looking for a forklift replacement.
We hope the information above helps with your buying decision. If you have any questions about Clark products, order pickers, or would like other product recommendations, please let us know.