Industrial Equipment – Forklift (New)


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Caterpillar
Cat Lift Trucks is headquartered in a better than 600,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Houston, TX.  Cat Lift Trucks have been known throughout the years as a rugged and reliable solution to material handling needs.  Calumet Lift Truck Service is the local (Chicagoland – South / Northwest Indiana) dealer for Cat Lift Trucks.   Click on the Cat Lift Trucks Logo (on the right) to be taken to the Cat Lift Trucks – Industrial Lift Trucks Website, where you can choose from a variety of capacities and configurations.  Or contact us and a local sales rep will get in touch with you.   


 

 

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Manitou
Operating over 200,000 rough terrain forklifts in more than 100 countries throughout the world, Manitou’s reliability and durability speaks for itself.  With over 50 years of manufacturing material handling equipment, Manitou can provide vertical mast forklifts, telescopic handlers and truck-mounted forklifts to dealers and OEM customers throughout the United States.  Calumet Lift Truck Service Company, Inc. is the local dealer for Manitou equipment.  Click on the Manitou Logo (on the right) to be taken to the Manitou U.S. Website, where you can choose from a variety of capacities and configurations.  Or contact us and a local sales rep will get in touch with you.   

 

 

 


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BigJoe
Founded in 1951, the “BigJoe” was designed to bridge the gap between jobs that were too big for people to perform but too small to constitute the use of a full-sized sit-down forklift.  These walkie-style lift trucks are the perfect piece of equipment.  They come in manually propelled and electric units and range in capacities from 1000 to 6000 pounds with lifting heights of up to 204 inches.  Click on the BigJoe Logo (on the right) to be taken to the BigJoe Manufacturing Website, where you can choose from a variety of capacities and configurations.  Or contact us and a local sales rep will get in touch with you.   




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CombiLift
Located in Monaghan, Ireland, the CombiLift company was founded in 1998.  The engineers set out to create the world’s first IC engine-powered, all-wheel-drive multidirectional forklift.  The “combination forklift / side-loader” is an extremely maneuverable, very safe, and very cost-effective solution to long-load material handling needs.  Click on the CombiLift Logo (on the right) to be taken to the CombiLift Website, where you can choose from a variety of capacities and configurations.  Or contact us and a local sales rep will get in touch with you.   

 



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Aisle-Master
The Aisle-Master narrow aisle articulated forklift can provide the perfect solution for reducing aisle widths and saving warehouse space.  Headquartered in Monaghan, Ireland, the Aisle-Master is truly one of the most versatile pieces of equipment introduced into the material handling industry in quite a few years.  These units come in LPG and Electric Models.  Click on the Aisle-Master Logo (on the right) to be taken to the Aisle-Master Website, where you can choose from a variety of capacities and configurations.  Or contact us and a local sales rep will get in touch with you.   

 




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Kalmar

Kalmar is the global market-leading brand in container handling solutions in ports and terminals where containers are handled by ship-to-shore cranes, yard cranes, shuttle and straddle carriers, reachstackers and empty container handlers. Moreover, Kalmar forklift trucks are used by heavy industry, Kalmar log stackers by the wood and paper industry, and Kalmar terminal tractors by distribution and logistics centres. Every fourth container or trailer transfer at terminals around the world is handled by a Kalmar machine. Kalmar range is also leading the way in port automation applications with unmanned container handling technology, on-board smart features and remote maintenance products developed in co-operation with customers and partners. The Kalmar product range is complemented by a large range of value added services such as maintenance contracts and fleet management. Click on the Kalmar Logo (on the right) to be taken to the Kalmar Products Website, where you can choose from a variety of capacities and configurations.  Or contact us and a local sales rep will get in touch with you.   

 

 

 

 

 

www.kalmarind.com

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