Bär Cargolift - Lifting Performance.

HowToCargoLift - Scan QR code and know how it works (VI 06/21)

Driver shortage and driver qualification are key issues. Bär Cargolift offers a unique solution in this context: HowToCargoLift. From now on, all Bär Cargolifts have a QR code on the control element. Its scan leads to the online driver training of exactly this Cargolift. To be more precise: switching on, operating, loading, emergency operation - in other words HowToCargoLift.

The contents are explained with short texts, films and graphics. HowToCargoLift is available in all eleven of Bär's in-house languages. As an alternative to the QR code, the driver training can also be accessed online. It is best to try it out directly:

» HowToCargoLift – the serial number-specific driver training

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There is no easier and more comfortable way to operate a rectrable tail lift. A double click with Bär SmartControl Plus is all it takes for our HydFalt Cargolift to move from the driving position to the working position - including platform folding. Learn more about

» Bär SmartControl for Bär Cargolift HydFalt including EasyFold

Service newsletter

Since March 2022, the digital flip catalogue for BÄR original spare parts is available on our website. Our service information SI 01/2022 informed you about this. As we know how important printed documents are in the daily workshop routine, the first revision of the catalogue was also printed directly. Would you like to order the new spare parts catalogue? Then send an e-mail to spareparts@baer-cargolift.de.

Bär Cargolift is one of the largest manufacturers of taillifts in Europe. Bär offers Cargolifts for all applications and vehicle categories with working loads from 500 to 3000 kilograms: Standard / Cantilever tail lifts, single or double folded retractable tail gates and the Bär FreeAccess VanLift. All products are manufactured in-house at the company's main facility in Heilbronn, Germany, where the first Bär taillift was designed and manufactured by Gerd Bär over 40 years ago.

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