Second Hand Forklift
"When should you consider used forklifts instead of new?"
Our company sells a lot of new and other major brand forklifts. However, we understand it is not always the best business decision for forklift shoppers to acquire new trucks. Often used equipment is the best buy.
Pictured at right is an example of our reconditioned,
ready to go forklifts!
"What are some situations where
purchasing a good, reconditioned
forklift might be the right forklift to
buy (or lease) ?"
You should consider used forklifts when:
You need a standby truck.
Delivery on a new forklift takes too long - but there is a good used truck available.
Your forklift is not used hard all day long. Use is intermittent.
You have budget constraints.
Price of new is just too high, but there is a good reconditioned used truck available.
For short jobs that you won't need the forklift when the job is completed.
You have a fleet of older style lifts which your operators really like. There have been changes on the new units, so you'd like to purchase a used truck that's "just like" what you're using now.
When you are looking to buy a used forklift, it pays to know what is the source of that truck.
Used Forklift Inventory Quicklinks
Used Raymond Forklift
Used Royal Forklift
Used TCM Forklift
Used Tennant Sweeper/Scrubber
Used Yale Forklift
Used Bendi Forklift
Used BT Forklift
Used Cascade Attachments
Used Caterpillar Forklift
Used Clark Forklift
Used Club Car Personnel Carrier
Used Crown Forklift
Used Daewoo Forklift
Used Genie Aerial Lift
Used JLG Aerial Lift
Used Kalmar Forklift
Used Komatsu Forklift
Used Lift-Rite Forklift
Used Linde Forklift
Used Manitou Forklift
Used Mitsubishi Forklift