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  • 14/07/2021 0 Comments
    Forklift Purchasing Options: Buy, Rent or Lease?

    You know you need material handling equipment for an upcoming job or ongoing project, but how should you procure the machines you need? Buying, renting, and leasing forklifts each have their own advantages. Explore those here to help you make the best choice for your operation.

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  • 07/07/2021 0 Comments
    How to Choose a Forklift

    Forklifts can do it all, from transporting pallets around warehouses or loading docks to aiding workers on construction or agricultural sites. They come in various sizes, lifting capacities, and fuel types to suit multiple demanding applications. Here are the factors to consider when choosing a forklift for the job.

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  • 23/06/2021 0 Comments
    Stand-Up vs. Sit-Down Forklifts

    Many different forklift styles, fuel types, lifting heights, and weight capacities are available to meet the unique needs of warehouses and industrial applications worldwide. The two primary operating styles to consider are stand-up forklifts and sit-down forklifts.

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  • 16/06/2021 0 Comments
    Tips for Maintaining a Forklift

    You count on your forklifts to keep your business moving forward. But like all mechanical equipment, these machines experience wear and tear over time, which can lead to unsafe operation and unexpected breakdowns. Extend the lifespan of your forklifts and avoid hefty repair bills along the way with proper maintenance.

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  • 09/06/2021 0 Comments
    Who Should get Forklift Training?

    If you use forklifts for your business, whether in a warehouse or onsite, it’s imperative that the people operating the forklifts know what they’re doing. Not only that, but proper training is required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). So, who should get forklift training? Further, what must that training entail?



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  • 02/06/2021 0 Comments
    How Often is Forklift Training Needed?

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) does not require a regular schedule of training. In fact, how frequently training is offered to forklift operators is at the discretion of each business owner. OSHA does require that each forklift operator’s performance be reevaluated every three years, but if the evaluation demonstrates competence, no further training is required.

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  • 26/05/2021 0 Comments
    Questions to Ask When Buying a Forklift

    So, you’ve been working with a forklift rental company for a while, and you think you might be ready to take the plunge and buy a forklift. Forklifts are useful, and if you find that you’re spending more time renting a forklift than going without, buying might be a very good idea. It’s a big investment, though, so before you buy, there are some important questions you need to ask.

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  • 19/05/2021 0 Comments
    7 Classes of Forklifts Explained

    Forklift trucks have been around for a long time, and they’re used in warehouses all over the world. Did you know there are seven different classes of forklifts? Forklift operators must be certified for every class of forklift they’ll operate. Do you know which class of forklift is right for your business? Whether you are buying a forklift or simply using a forklift rental company to provide your equipment, it’s important to know the differences between the seven classes.

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  • 12/05/2021 0 Comments
    5 Reasons to Rent a Forklift

    Why would you rent a forklift? Some businesses are resistant to the idea, believing it’s better to make the investment in owning their own equipment.  Forklift rental is a smart move, though. If you plan to purchase your own forklifts, renting first helps you make an educated decision. But if you only need the forklift temporarily, because a short-term job requires specialized equipment or your workload has increased, renting is a cost-effective way to efficiently meet your company’s needs.

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