With our easy and varied ownership options, Forklift Solutions enables you to have a forklift – or a fleet of forklifts - working for you and your business on whatever terms best suit your operating model. We understand that every business is different and that allows us to make a variety of finance options available.
Having efficient, reliable and safe vehicles is essential for effective materials handling, and there's a range of different ways to get them. Here, we give you our guidance on that difficult question - should you rent, buy or lease your next forklift truck?
Short Term Rentals
The number one advantage with short term hire is flexibility. Click here to find out more.
Leasing offers similar advantages to renting, but can be the better option if you’ll need extra trucks for longer periods of time. Click here to find out more.
We’ve got over 1,400 pieces of machinery under our care currently, and we’re seriously focused on keeping them running smoothly at all times. Our Fleet Management service uses the same disciplines and practices that we apply to our own rental and lease fleets to provide our customers with piece of mind and to ease the burden of managing your maintenance so you can focus on your core business.
Our maintenance team can leverage greater efficiencies and economies of scale to maintain forklifts more effectively than any single client can. Fleet Management allows you to cut repair and maintenance costs and simplify the care, measurement and analysis of your forklift fleet. This service is available to our lease and rental customers as well as capital equipment owners.
Our Fleet Management service provides you with:
-Reduced your fleet costs per hour -Telematic tracking & safety options -Identify areas of improvement & efficiencies using accurate reporting and Preventative Maintenance Plans -Increase the overall safety and compliance of your fleet -Review and improve your downtime management -Eliminate the burden of administering the maintenance on your own fleet
So which option should you choose?
Each of these options gives a number of advantages and disadvantages, and many businesses use a combination of all three to achieve their materials handling needs. It's a question of weighing up how much flexibility you need, how much you want to spend, and what you want to use your forklifts for.