From manufacturing and construction to shipping and logistics, Material Handling Plays a critical role in almost all industries.

Deha Tech primarily deals with moving or relocating large loads including equipment, construction and machine parts, and even vehicles as well as in-house handling of raw materials and spares.

Our industrial material handling process, like any other industrial process, requires a set of clear-cut objectives or goals.

Features and Benefits of Material Handling Process:

  • Cost Reduction
  • Enhanced Capacity
  • Improved Efficiency
  • Improved Working Conditions
  • Reduced Waste
  • Increased Safety
  • Improved Customer Service

It is the biggest and fastest growing industries globally. The industrial lifting process, however, is a complex and challenging task.

If you choose the wrong set of equipment or a lifting crew that lacks the necessary skills, you are more likely to end up with potentially fatal injuries or damaged goods.

Material Handling Equipment applications in the following industries:

  • Mining Industry
  • Cement Industry
  • Steel Industry
  • Automobile Industry
  • Marine & Shipping Industry

Material handling equipment is Two Types in almost every industry

  • Manual
  • Automated

These are allowing you to use the system with the highest possible efficiency while keeping overheads down.


Material Handling Equipment appears in 4 Categories:

  • Storage and Handling Equipment
  • Transport Equipment
  • Engineered Systems
  • Bulk Material Handling Equipment


  • Reduces the movement of material and creates a steady flow
  • Reduced labour costs and shorter operating cycles.
  • Saving energy and time.
  • Eliminates redundancies like backtracking and re-handling
  • Increases overall workplace safety owing to advanced automation
  • Reduces the damage to materials during movement
  • Increases worker efficiency by making optimal use of raw materials
  • Helps build a streamlined workflow
  • Leads to better-quality products and timely production

Guidelines of Material Handling:

  • Planning
  • System
  • Material Flow
  • Unit Load/Size
  • Space Utilization
  • Standardization
  • Ergonomics
  • Energy
  • Ecology
  • Mechanization
  • Flexibility
  • Adaptability
  • Simplification
  • Safety
  • Data Flow
  • Control/Tracking
  • Costs
  • Maintenance