Manufacturers of Forklifts

Toyota: Company Overview: Toyota Material Handling is the number one selling forklift manufacturer in the United States. Toyota offers a full line of high quality and reliable forklifts including IC cushion, IC pneumatic, electric rider, electric walkie, reach, and pallet trucks. With a total of 186 dealership locations throughout the US, Toyota provides the most comprehensive customer service and support in the industry.

Hyster: Company Overview: Hyster Company is one of the world’s largest forklift manufacturers. They offer over 130 lift truck models configured for gasoline, LPG, diesel, compressed natural gas or electric power with the broadest capacity range in the industry. There are over 240 Hyster dealerships in North America who offer high quality Hyster lift trucks as well as forklift training programs, OEM-quality replacement parts, affordable financing programs, and more.

Yale: Company Overview: Yale Materials Handling Corporation is a leading provider of a full line of high-quality, high-performance forklifts. Their product line includes electric, gas, LP-gas and diesel powered forklifts. Retail sales of forklifts and replacement parts are sold, supported and serviced through Yale authorized dealers.

Mitsubishi: Company Overview: Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks offers a complete range of forklifts designed to handle all types of material handling applications. The Mitsubishi line range in capacities from 2,500 lbs. To 33,000 lbs and come with cushion or pneumatic tires and electric, gasoline, liquid propane gas, or diesel engines. A variety of walkies, reach trucks, and orderpickers are available for material handling efficiency improvement. Extensive customer service and support is available through over 200 dealer locations.

CAT: Company Overview: Cat Lift Trucks is a leading manufacturer of material handling equipment for a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. Their lift trucks are high-quality vehicles that are designed to increase the productivity of material handling operations while maintaining a low cost of ownership. Cat Lift Trucks are supported by the most comprehensive dealer support in the industry, with over 400 dealer locations.

Nissan: Company Overview: For over 40 years, Nissan Forklift has manufactured material handling equipment with outstanding value and reliability. From electric pallet trucks to sit-down electric and engine-powered lift trucks, Nissan Forklift offers a wide range of products designed to fit even the most unique application requirements. Nissan forklifts are sold and serviced through a dealer network with more than 140 locations.

Linde: Company Overview: Linde Material Handling supplies a technologically advanced, comprehensive product line that includes both electric and internal combustion (IC) forklifts, sideloaders or container handlers, order pickers, tow tractors, high-level stackers, and reach trucks.

Crown: Company Overview: Crown designs, manufactures, distributes, services, and supports an award-winning line of electric lift trucks. Crown offers a wide selection of electric forklifts ranging from hand pallet trucks to very narrow-aisle turret trucks through an extensive global dealer network.

Komatsu: Company Overview: Komatsu Forklift 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.

Jungheinrich: Company Overview: Jungheinrich Lift Truck Corporation is part of the Jungheinrich Group, the world’ third largest supplier of industrial trucks, warehousing, and materials flow technology. They offer a comprehensive product range of materials handling equipment through it’s increasing network of more than 100 distributors and direct sales outlets throughout the United States.