Featuring Toyota's leading technologies such as the unique System of Active Stability (SAS) and AC2 Power System, plus Toyota's Operator Total Care (OTC) package, the Traigo provides world-leading levels of safety, comfort and productivity.
What does SAS stand for?
SAS stands for System of Active Stability (Toyota forklift stability system terminology)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
To provide an optimum mix of speed, safety and comfort the 7FBMF-S features state-of-the-art technology including Toyota's unique System of Active Stability (SAS), the world's first active safety system for forklifts that dynamically protects the driver and the load, and Toyota's Operator Total Care (OTC) package which ensures the driver is as comfortable and productive as possible.
8 tonne lifting capacity and a powered pallet truck, offer world-leading safety features and increased productivity through TOYOTA's award-winning System of Active Stability (SAS).