Bucket volume alone is not an adequate measure of the capacity of the loader. The crucial factor is the ability of the wheel loader to fill the bucket every pass. For that reason, the right size and the right shape of the bucket is important. A large bucket can result in lower productivity because it is more difficult to fill, while a small bucket that is easier to fill can increase productivity. A number of factors have to be taken into account, such as the nature of the material being handled, the condition of the wheel loader, the operator’s skill, and the transport distance. If the transport distance is long, this may cause spillage. Since all of these factors vary, a wide selection of buckets is required in order to achieve maximum productivity. The RESCHKE attachment range offers such a wide selection.