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BT Staxio Stand-In Double Stacker


Power: Electric
Load Capacity: 2000 kg
Max Lift Height: Up to 2500 mm


BT Staxio Stand-In Double Stacker (2.0T)

Toyota BT Staxio is a series of Pedestrian Stacker Trucks with a capacity of 0.8 tonnes to 2.0 tonnes. These trucks are perfect for high-density storage applications in factories, warehouses, and other commercial establishments.

They are available in a variety of configurations to suit the specific needs of the user. Toyota BT Staxio Stacker Trucks are also known for their durability, reliability, and performance.

Check out the Toyota Pedestrian Stackers – with models available for any application.

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The unique 5-point chassis provides excellent stability and control, especially on ramps and uneven surfaces.

Dual Direction

The steering arm is placed centrally, allowing even turning in both directions and a consistently small turning radius.


The ergonomic control handle comes with an emergency ‘belly button’ to avoid trapping. If pressed, it will briefly reverse the truck.

Click To

The unique Click-2-Creep feature means by simply double-clicking the control lever, the truck is set to creep speed. This allows for safe control in tight situations.

Additional Model Options.

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Looking for a compact stacker for low-intensity applications? This Powered Stacker Truck can be used in a wide variety of applications. It weighs just 467kg, is exceptionally compact, and generates a low noise level.

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Need a high-performance stacking solution to handle different pallet types? This model has straddle support arm options available. Straddle arms allow the handling of different pallet sizes.

Mast Options

The BT Staxio is available with a retractable mast. This combines the compactness of a stacker with the flexibility of a Reach Truck, giving the operator the ability to handle different types of pallets. These trucks are designed to save space and increase efficiency.

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