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Big Joe Manufacturing Company Big Joe Manufacturing Company was founded over 50 years ago in 1951 with the invention of our first product, the IBH truck. These trucks were innovations at the time and were designed to bridge the gap between material handling tasks too large for a person to perform, but too small to require a full sit down riding style of forklift truck. Since the original introduction of the IBH, they have introduced six additional styles of Walkie lift trucks made up of over 250 models including both manually propelled and Power-Drive units. Specifications available include lift capacities of 1000-6000 pounds with lift heights of up to 204 inches. Big Joe prides itself in producing high quality lift trucks and accessories that provide excellent value in long term. They highly value the business of their end users and their dealers and pledge to deliver high levels of customer service to both.
Komatsu Ltd. Komatsu, Ltd., a world leader in construction and mining equipment, was founded in 1921 in Japan and is based in Tokyo. Komatsu, Ltd., through its affiliates and subsidiaries, employs over 38,000 people worldwide. Komatsu Forklift Co., Ltd. (KFL) (A division of Komatsu, Ltd.) began manufacturing forklifts in 1945. In 1976, a California corporation was established to sell and distribute these forklifts in the United States. Manufacturing of Komatsu forklifts, in the United States, began in 1987 with the opening of a plant in La Palma, California. In 1993, the distribution and manufacturing operations were consolidated into one company called Komatsu Forklift U.S.A., Inc. (KFI). Komatsu Forklift U.S.A., Inc. (KFI) offers a wide range of electric, gasoline, LPG, and diesel forklifts from 2,000 lbs. to more than 35,000 lbs. These products are distributed through over 145 authorized dealers and distributors in the Western Hemisphere.
: The Raymond Corp. is the leading
North American provider of materials handling solutions that improve space
utilization and productivity, with lower cost of operation and greater operator
acceptance. From their introduction of the first hydraulic hand pallet truck
in 1930 and the first narrow aisle lift truck in 1951, to the incorporation
of proven microprocessor control technology into lift trucks, Raymond has
been establishing the industry's productivity standards