Used Forklifts & 2nd-Hand Forklifts
If your business requires the use of forklifts it is critical that the equipment you choose is reliable and gets the job done right.
With so many products on the market for materials handling it is vital you do your research and get the opinion of many different resellers before committing to your purchase. Don’t forget to check out warranty, back up service and support.
What are "Forklifts"?
Materials handling equipment that can be powered by LPG, diesel, electric or petrol.Different types of forklifts are:
• Reach trucks
• Walkie stackers
• Hand pallet trucks
• Rough terrain forklifts and telescopics
There is a substantial market for used forklifts and the price will vary depending on the unit. Use this page to check the different models, offers and prices. Make sure you undertake a technical check on the used forklift before you buy.
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Tuesday, 21st May 2013
If you do not want to spend a lot of money on a truck rental company, then the following tips will help you make your move with a reputable truck rental company. With so many different companies to choose from, the task of picking the right company can be a difficult one. Here are a few tips to help you make the right decision.
Tractor-Trailer Air Brakes And Why They Matter For Your Commercial Driver's Test
Friday, 17th May 2013
If you are training to become a commercial driver in the U.S., one of the crucial pieces of your CDL test will be knowledge of air brake systems on large trucks. Even if you're a competent mechanic who knows small passenger cars and trucks inside and out, air brakes are a technology that you will be unfamiliar with and will need to understand before qualifying as a commercial driver.
In-Cab Scanning: A Technology That Is Helping Trucking and Transportation
Friday, 17th May 2013
In-Cab Scanning is an example of a technology that is helping trucking and transportation companies manage important documents quickly and accurately. Gone are the days of a trucker keeping stacks of reports and paperwork crammed in a metal clipboard to be turned-in and sorted back at the office when they finally returned from their route. Drivers now have the ability to scan and transmit documents right from the cab of their trucks. Important, time-sensitive paperwork and reports can be instantly scanned and sent to corporate offices in real-time.
Safety Tips For Truckers
Tuesday, 14th May 2013
I know we all get annoyed with the bulky trucks that dominate our roads but have you ever considered the fact that everything we consume has been transported near to us for our convenience - usually by truck? So cut the drivers some slack. If you are concerned about road safety with regards to trucks, why not share these tips!
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