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Choosing a Forklift Rental

10 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Forklift Rental Company The desire to own the biggest, baddest, shiniest forklift fresh off the assembly line is understandable. But taking a closer… read more →

Keeping Your Cool

Cool Tips for Summer Forklift Care Hotter weather is here! Your forklifts and warehouse needs proper cooling procedures in place in order to avoid unnecessary and costly heat-related equipment (and… read more →

Ensuring your workers are cool

Are you and your forklift operators taking precautionary measures to stay cool and hydrated? It’s important for drivers and workers to stay safe in extreme temperatures. Heat fatigue is a… read more →

Stay Safety – Happy National Forklift Safety Day!

There are over 850,000 forklifts in operation in the United States. Nearly 1 in 10 will be in an accident. 85 of the accidents will be fatal. Over 34,000 serious… read more →

Industrial Scrubber and Sweeper: Why They are Needed in Your Facility?

Released in October, Baoli KBG25C is the first internal combustion, LPG-powered forklift to be made available in North America from the Baoli product line that is equipped with non-treaded cushion… read more →

Product Spotlight: Baoli KBG25C with Trucker’s Mast

Released in October, Baoli KBG25C is the first internal combustion, LPG-powered forklift to be made available in North America from the Baoli product line that is equipped with non-treaded cushion… read more →

How do Forklifts Maintain Their Balance?

Forklifts can and often do tip over. Lifting the rear tires off the ground can happen easily when you are unsure of the load’s weight, and some have knocked forklifts… read more →

Is a Truck-Mounted Forklift Right for Your Business?

Is a Truck-Mounted Forklift Right for Your Business? Princeton Piggyback Truck-mounted forklifts are usually mounted on the rear of a truck or its platform, where they can be dismounted in… read more →

OSHA Regulations on Training

Keeping up with OSHA regulations concerning lift truck and aerial equipment safety is a crucuial part of the material handling industry. Since OSHA regulations regarding these pieces of equipment are… read more →

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