Specify your type of Forklift
Specify your requirements using our forklift search facility.
Our Forklift Search will guide you through the specification process to enable you to identify the right forklift for the job.
Remember to take into account hours of work, lift height, load and fuel requirements as well as the type of forklift.
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Search for Forklift Dealers
Let Forklift Search use your specific forklift requirements to search the UK's largest forklift truck network for suppliers that are able to meet your requirements.
The system is location based and will use your specific location as the origin for the search and will therefore try to identify the closest suppliers to you that are best able to fulfil your requirement.
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Select the best Forklift
To help get you the best quote we aim to identify 3 or 4 forklift dealers who can meet your requirements.
We will give you their contact details and ask them to contact you directly with quotes, making your search for the right forklift simpler, easier and less time consuming.
Getting quotes from several forklift suppliers will give you the best chance to get the best deal on the right forklift.
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Tips for Forklifts in and around Ayrshire
While searching for Forklifts in and around Ayrshire you may like to know that a timber merchant was fined over £100,000 after an incident in which a forklift truck drove onto a public road and into a car. The raised forks of the truck broke the windscreen of the car and stabbed the driver in the neck, causing his death.
Whilst investigating Forklifts in and around Ayrshire remember that safety can be improved by looking for a low dashboard that allows better sight of the fork tips.
While investigating Forklifts in and around Ayrshire make sure you check for black smoke coming out of the exhaust during operation. This is usually a carburettor problem and on a diesel forklift can be caused by worn injectors or a worn injector pump.