We are able to offer all types of lift trucks from 600 kg to 40,000 kg lifting capacity and able to work in aisles as narow as 1400 mm, lifting to heights of in access of 11 metres.
We pride ourselves on providing customers with equipment which best suits their individual requirements, we therefore offer on site surveys free of charge and without obligation. This is as important for the one off user as well as for the multi fleet user. We are also able to offer a full range of financial options, please see below.
Which includes Full Maintenance The longer the contract the lower the rental rate. Rates can be from one week to 7 years. Benefits - Fixed costs, 100% tax deductible, Contract off balance sheet and therefore will not effect company gearing.
The same benefits as above, but without maintenance, also known as an Options lease. This is because you are left with the option at the end of the contract to either carry on leasing the current equipment or obtaining a discount on a new machine on a new contract. The advantage of an operating lease is that the rental rates are lower than any other type of contract.
The benefit of hire purchase is ownership at the end of the contract. The tax benefits are the same as outright purchase, i.e. taking advantage of write-down allowances etc. The rental rates are higher for this method than any other finance packages.
Machines can be hired from one week to twelve months, including maintenance. This is extremely effective for additional machines at peak periods etc. and offers Flexibility without commitment.
New, Used and Ex Rental Trucks available for inside or outside use. Also Hand Pallets and Lift Trucks. Visit our website for more information.
We provide the following service for all models of fork lift trucks, whether you are a one off user or have a multiple mix fleet and require on site full time engineers, anywhere in the UK. Buying any forklift truck represents a large investment, one which you want to protect.A Thorough Examination is a statutory requirement for lifting equipment under the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER 98), Regulation 9. It has the same purpose as an MOT inspection by providing a report which identifies whether or not the lifting equipment is safe to use, and/or advice that needs to be followed to avoid risks in use. It is just as important as an MOT - probably more so! There is a legal requirement for a Thorough Examination to be carried out on fork lift trucks at least once a year, and often more frequently depending on conditions of use.