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Airtrax Airtrax is a manufacturer of fork lift trucks.
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.
Clark Manufacturing pallet truck manufacturer. Presently, there are over 250,000 CLARK lift trucks operating in North America and 350,000 units operating worldwide. Worldwide, Clark has one of the broadest product lines in the industry with five major lines. Trucks ranging from 1,500 to 16,500 pound capacities, LPG, gasoline, dual fuel, diesel, narrow-aisle stackers, electric riders and powered hand trucks. Clark currently has one of the largest dealer support network in the material handling industry in North America, boasting over 230 locations. They have over 550 locations worldwide with dealer representation in more than 80 countries.
Hyster Global : Hyster Global Capabilities include 14 manufacturing facilities and a network of over 600 dealers in more than 100 countries. The comprehensive line of Hyster lift trucks includes more than 130 models - from pallet trucks to narrow aisle trucks to order pickers to container handlers. Visit our regional websites for more detail on individual theaters of operation. The term Hyster actually originated with loggers in the greater Northwest woodlands in the early part of last century. As the logging and timber industry began to grow, there was a demand for tough, dependable equipment particularly lift trucks. The Williamette-Ersted Company, founded in 1929, became the leading provider of these new machines. When a load was ready to be lifted, the cry of Hoister! would ring out an expression that quickly became synonymous with the company's trucks. In 1934, the company officially changed its name to Hyster. Prosperity followed during the World War II years, as Hyster forklift trucks were called upon for use in unloading ships. Steady growth continued as Hyster Company moved into European markets in the 1950s, and then into the Middle East and Far East near the end of the twentieth century. The business remained family owned until 1989 when it was purchased by NACCO. Based in Greenville, North Carolina, Hyster now employs more than 15,000 people worldwide.
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 then raising them'since 1922. From
warehouse planning to maximizing the use of your existing warehouse
space. From lift truck operator training and worldwide parts and service
to guaranteed lift truck operating costs, Raymond is your partner for
innovative materials handling solutions. They manufacture Hand pallet
jacks Walkie pallet trucks Walkie stackers End rider and center rider
pallet trucks Counterbalanced fork lift trucks Reach-Fork
TCM Fork Lifts
: TCM is one of the world's leading producers, and they
expect that pattern of steady growth to continue in the future as a
result of their global strategy. TCM is recognized world wide as a
leader in research and development in both lift trucks and other
material handling products. They use the latest technology as well as
product experience and customer input to continually improve their
products. The tradition of quality has become the trademark of every TCM
lift truck and material handling products that they manufacture. As a
leading manufacturer, the company decided to begin building its mainstay
product, forklift trucks, in the U.S. In September 1988, we established
TCM Manufacturing, USA Inc.(TMU), their pioneer manufacturing affiliate
in South Carolina. TMU enjoyed such rapid success in its first year that
even the state government commended the company's outstanding operation,
naming it the State's Manufacturer of the Year in 1992. TMU now has the
capacity to manufacture over 5,000 lift trucks (1.5
Yale Materials Handling Corporation Yale Materials Handling Corp. is a global organization and is part of the NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG). NMHG is the largest producer of lift trucks in the United States and the third largest worldwide with $1.5 billion in revenues. NMHG designs, engineers, manufactures and sells a full line of lift trucks under the Yale brand. Lift trucks are manufactured in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Brazil, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, and Scotland. Retail sales of lift trucks and replacement parts are sold, supported and serviced through Yale authorized dealers. As a leader in materials handling, Yale offers so much more than the most complete line of lift trucks. All our lift trucks come with the support of an entire company, our strategically located dealer network, service technicians and everything needed to finance and manage your lift truck fleet. Yale manufactures and distributes a full line of products in Class I - Electric Rider Trucks, Class II - Narrow Aisle Trucks, Class III - Motorized Hand Trucks, Class IV - Cushion Tire Trucks and Class V - Pneumatic Tire Trucks. Product line offerings can vary by region so you should check the product section of the website covering your area - North America, Latin America, Europe/Middle East/Africa and Asia-Pacific.