The latest news for the Material Handling Industry

  • A warehouse accident can prove catastrophic to your business, not just in terms of human costs but also financially. Compensating a worker involved in a forklift accident can set you back hundreds of thousands of dollars or much more. Some of these incidents attract heavy penalties too, with OSHA charging up to $70,000 per safety violation that’s committed willfully. 

  • How can you tell if a used forklift price is fair? It's an important question to ask; forklifts are useful tools, but nobody can deny they're often the pricier pieces of machinery a business might need.


    When weighing your options between used vs new forklifts, it is easy to get pulled in by the lowest price you see. However, with this article we'll discuss why that isn't all you need to be considering.

  • A forklift for your business is no minor investment. With forklifts ranging from $15,000 - $25,000, replacing a forklift or adding another to your fleet is a hefty purchase.


    It may seem impossible to get a forklift without accepting a hit to your company’s wallet.


    Luckily there are ways to keep forklift costs within your budget and save yourself some money. If you don’t have much to spend, don’t despair. We’re about to talk you through your options.