27 April 2020
With a number of businesses temporarily shut or operating at decreased capacity, the need or demand for forklift operations may have decreased or stopped entirely.
This week’s blog shares some tips for properly storing a forklift for extended periods of times such as during shutdowns, inclement weather or seasonal needs.
Following these tips will ensure your forklift is ready to return to operation when called upon, reducing the risk of unnecessary delays and costs of
servicing or repairing the unit to ensure it is fit for use before returning to service.
19 January 2017
This post will provide detail on seven critical elements of a pair of tynes that need inspection.Read post
19 October 2016
Just like with a car, there are a number of checks owners can carry out on their forklifts to ensure it runs at an optimal level.Read post
15 October 2014
Fleet management a term used to describe the management of a company’s transportation fleet.Read post
9 September 2013
Tyre maintenance is commonly overlooked and it is often confusing when it comes to knowing when to replace forklift tyres.Read post
2 May 2013
The level of maintenance a forklift receives is a crucial factor in its performance and longevity.Read post
24 October 2012
When running an efficient operation, it’s important to keep in mind the right time to replace older, less efficient forklifts.Read post
31 March 2011
There are various types of forklift tyres but the most common are solid or pneumatic. Each tyre has a different tread, compound and ply rating which help to ensure the tyre used will best suit the applicationRead post
27 February 2011
A two part series to educate you on the basics of forklift battery maintenance.Read post