Farming is hard work. As if dealing with unpredictable weather weren’t enough, there’s the volatile market, the physical demands, and the unpredictability of livestock and crops. Most farmers embrace technology that makes their job easier and depend on the lifting power of forklift trucks.
This blog post will focus on the lumberyard environment and examine factors to consider when purchasing forklifts.
Downtime is a dirty word. We hate it. YOU, hate it. It is more than an “inconvenience”—it is expensive. Let’s discuss how you can avoid downtime as much as possible and keep your business—and your forklifts—moving forward.
Do you have good visibility into your forklift fleet's status? Have you asked yourself whether a forklift is worth the money you're spending to run it? Have you evaluated your forklifts productivity and decided you might have too many or not exactly the right machine for the job or space they are operating in? Read this article for clarification and call us for some free tools to help in your data analyzing and decision-making process.
Electric, LP or diesel, oh my! Which type of forklift should you buy?
When outfitting your operation with expensive machinery such as forklifts, there are times and circumstances when renting instead of purchasing just makes good business sense.
Your forklifts have costs associated with operation and it’s important that you know how much each one costs you per hour of operation.