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Clark Announces Expansion of Standard Warranty

CLARK Material Handling Company, one of the top-ten global manufacturers of forklifts and spare parts, is expanding their CLARK standard warranty for Carriage to Counterweight and Powertrain coverage for up to three years.


What Does This Warranty Cover?


As of April 1, 2021, the CLARK protection Plan standard warranty covers Full Carriage to Counterweight for two years or 4,000 hours, whichever comes first, and the Powertrain for three years or 6,000 hours whichever comes first. 
With this warranty, clients can enjoy an expanded bumper-to-bumper warranty that will ensure that the purchase of a CLARK forklift is built to last for years to come. 

What Does This Expansion Mean for Trupar America Customers?

With this new two-year/4,000-hour warranty, clients of Trupar America will enjoy the peace of mind of protection and coverage when purchasing CLARK products for your business. This warranty works to ensure that if you experience an electrical or mechanical issue with your CLARK forklift during the warranty period, your repairs will be covered. 
CLARK knows that truck downtime is a major issue in the material handling industry, so with their new and expanded warranty, you will be able to buy with confidence. 

Are you interested in Buying or Renting CLARK Forklifts? Trupar America has you covered! 

If you are ready to purchase a new or used CLARK forklift for your business or personal needs, Trupar America has a large selection of inventory and expert service to help you get the job done. When you purchase a new CLARK forklift from us, you can take charge of your forklift’s maintenance and care from the start, and you can also enjoy the benefits of a manufacturer’s warranty. 

If your budget doesn’t allow for a new machine, we can help you confidently purchase a used CLARK forklift. We also offer CLARK forklifts for rent long-term or short-term based on your needs. To learn more about the expanded warranty on CLARK machines, contact us today! 

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