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    Material handling

    March 1, 2013

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    The Super Power Pusher now comes in a dual-motor model capable of moving up to 250,000 pounds for enhanced productivity that simultaneously reduces safety risks. Fingertip controls and compact sizing make the device easy to maneuver, enabling a single employee to move loads from 500 to 250,000 pounds for a cost-effective alternative to forklifts, tractors and other ride-on material handling equipment.

    Nu-Star Inc.

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