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SCMH Annual Forklift Rally
Anaheim CA, United States - 27th and 28th February 2002
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The Competition: Categories: Stand-up, Sit down, counter balance.
Judging the Winners: A panel of judges will determine the winners. Scoring is based on the competitor's time to finish the course and their ability to do the following: Inspection, Pallet pickup, Loading a truck, Unloading a truck, Pallet pickup, Straight line forward, Straight line backing, Serpentine forward, Serpentine backing, Rack system loading, Rack system unloading
Returning to staging, Parking in staging.
Competitors will be given start times for their "run". Competitors must show up 30 minutes prior to their time slot to sign up.
Participants get: Competitors get a T-shirt, Winners will get trophies and prizes.
Competitors must be 18 or older.


Date(s):
27th and 28th February 2002

Time(s):
Wed. noon - 3pm and Thur. noon - 1:30pm (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

Venue:
Anaheim Convention Center

Program:
Wednesday, February 27th - Noon - 3 PM - Qualifier Thursday, February 28th - Noon - 1:30 PM - Final

http://www.proshows.com/default.php?page=rally&pg=compinfo
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