At Trupar America, we recommend using a forklift checklist to your operator, and managers ensure that safety programs remain on track. If you are already using a checklist, take the time to compare yours to the list we are presenting.
Forklifts can be an expensive investment, and purchasing one may not be in your budget right now. Fortunately, you can lease or rent a forklift, rather than purchasing one outright. Leasing a Forklift When you choose to lease a forklift, you can do so with little to no money down, spreading your payments for the forklift out over a number of years, typically one to five. After your lease expires, you can then exchange the machinery for a newer model, purchase the machinery, or return machinery. When it comes to forklift leases or forklift rentals in Pittsburgh, Trupar America has top-quality inventory for you to choose from. Renting a Forklift Unlike leasing, you will not have the option to purchase the machinery after your rental period has ended. If you plan to use the forklift for a short job, you can choose short-term rental options for days, weeks, or months. Long-term rentals are also available that can last for 12 months or more. What Does it Cost to Rent/Lease a Forklift?