The Can-Deliver II is an innovative front load bin delivery system by Can-Pack Inc. that revolutionizes waste container delivery. The system has two sets of forks that enable users to safely load, transport, unload and even empty two front load containers, without leaving the truck. The Can-Deliver II is controlled completely from within the cab by a user-friendly electronic joystick. This versatile system has a built in rotator.
The patent-pending design of the Can-Deliver II carries the weight of the container over the rear axle of the truck, enabling the system to be mounted onto smaller vehicles. It requires a class 5 chassis and can be mounted onto the Peterbilt 325, Ford 550, and Dodge 5500 or any similar category chassis. Operators are ensured a safe delivery without the hassle of flagging their loads as both bins are carried high enough that rear lights are kept visible at all times.
The system is available with a wide variety of optional features to help meet specific needs and ensure visual consistency with any existing fleet. Whether you’re an established waste company looking to improve operations, or a new company looking for an economical way to start out, the Can-Deliver II will give you the technology you need to optimize staff time and meet demands.
Five years ago, Brian Weeks invented, developed and built this system within his own business. Weeks has been in the waste industry for 32 years and saw a need in the market for this type of product. He used the product within his own business starting with a single fork truck, which he improved over time with three different variations. Then it progressed to a double fork system, which gave him a huge increase in productivity. The top set of forks rotate, making it not only a delivery truck but a system usable in all aspects of waste hauling. After much hard work he succeeded in bringing this system to the marketplace. This one piece of equipment can reduce the demands on staff, reduce mileage, and increase efficiency.
Dana Kirkwood is Sales & Marketing Manager for Can-Pack Inc. in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Contact Dana at email@example.com