All it takes is a fork lift operator and two ground guides to load an entire MILVAN with 15 kits (30 containers).
What does FLO stand for?
FLO stands for Fork Lift Operator (various companies)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of FLO
We have 68 other meanings of FLO in our Acronym Attic
- Finds Liaison Officer (UK)
- Fisheries Liaison Officer (Canada)
- Fleet Liaison Office (US DoD)
- Flinders Learning Online (Australia)
- Florence (Amtrak station code; Florence, SC)
- Florence, SC, USA - Gilbert Field (Airport Code)
- Florincoin (cryptocurrency)
- For Ladies Only
- For Lovers Only
- Foreign Liaison Office/Officer
- Forsvarets Logistikk Organisasjon (Norwegian Defense Logistics organization)
- Forward Link Only (Qualcomm)
- French Liaison Officer
- Future Light Orphanage
- Future Like Ours
- Float On/Float Off
- For the Love of Animals (animal welfare)
- Foreclosure Listings of Arizona
- Forest Lakes Owners Association (Arizona)
- Forward Limit Of Advance
Samples in periodicals archive:
Arogya Swamy Messiah, a 39-year-old fork lift operator, was suffering from jaundice and died of a heart attack on July 5, but his body is yet to be released by the authorities as he owed diya money to an accident victim's family, said Gladson Pereira, Parish Counselor at the St Michael's Church in Sharjah.
Anthony was a fork lift operator at New England Grocers for 28 years, before he retired.
Things we take for granted, but they didn't have, like a pallet jack or a fork lift operator," said Woll who said they improvised using chains and bindings to drag each pallet to the door.
Maintenance managers, fork lift operators and distribution center managers alike are enjoying the dramatic operational and financial benefits of this advance," he said.
Walker was a bartender at the 19th Hole for 23 years and then a fork lift operator at Cranston Print Works Company for 25 years before retiring in 1994.
For several years, he worked as a fork lift operator at Ames Warehouse, Clinton.
He was an assembler and fork lift operator at the General Motors assembly plant in Framingham for 30 years, retiring in 1993.