Flexible Monthly Hire Rates: Our engine trucks come with flexible monthly hire rates, allowing you to choose the duration that suits your specific needs without being bound by lengthy long-term contracts.
No Lengthy Long-Term Contracts: We understand that business requirements can change, so we eliminate the burden of long-term commitments. You have the freedom to adjust your rental period as necessary, providing you with the flexibility and agility required for your operations.
Free Site Survey: To ensure that our engine trucks meet your unique requirements, we offer a complimentary site survey. Our experts will assess your workspace and operations, identifying the best electric forklift solutions tailored to your specific needs.
Friendly and Helpful Forklift Advice: Our team is dedicated to providing friendly and helpful advice throughout your hiring process. We prioritise your interests and provide recommendations that align with your operational goals and budgetary considerations.
Easy Off-Hire Process: When the time comes to return the equipment, we strive to make the off-hire process as seamless as possible. Our streamlined procedures ensure a hassle-free experience, allowing you to focus on your core business activities.
Family Values and Long-Term Customer Base: We value long-term relationships with our customers. By treating you like family, we prioritise customer satisfaction and aim to build a strong customer base that trusts and relies on our services. Your success is important to us, and we are committed to supporting your needs over the long term.
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Fuel Source: Gas (LPG) forklifts are powered by liquefied petroleum gas, which is a mixture of propane and butane. Diesel forklifts, on the other hand, utilise diesel fuel as their power source.
Emissions: Gas (LPG) forklifts produce lower emissions compared to diesel forklifts. LPG is considered a cleaner-burning fuel, resulting in reduced emissions of pollutants such as carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxide (NOx), and particulate matter. Diesel forklifts tend to emit higher levels of these pollutants.
Extended Shifts: On some applications gas (LPG) forklift trucks are preferred to electric counterbalance forklifts as there is no charging period i.e. no downtime – just swap over the gas bottle.
Indoor Use: Gas (LPG) forklifts are often preferred for indoor applications due to their lower emissions and better suitability for well-ventilated indoor environments. Diesel forklifts, with their higher emissions, are more commonly used in outdoor or well-ventilated spaces.
Operating Costs: The operating costs of gas (LPG) forklifts and diesel forklifts can differ. LPG fuel prices may fluctuate, but it generally tends to be cheaper than diesel fuel. However, diesel forklifts typically have better fuel efficiency, allowing them to run longer on a full tank compared to gas (LPG) forklifts.
Power and Performance: Diesel forklifts often provide higher torque and power, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications and demanding tasks. Gas (LPG) forklifts, while still capable of handling various loads, may have slightly lower power output compared to diesel forklifts.
Noise Levels: Gas (LPG) forklifts tend to operate quieter than diesel forklifts, which can be beneficial in noise-sensitive environments or indoor settings.
Heavy-Duty Operations: Diesel forklifts are well-suited for heavy-duty applications that require high lifting capacities and robust performance, such as handling bulky materials or heavy loads.
Outdoor Environments: Diesel forklifts are commonly used in outdoor settings, including construction sites, lumberyards, and ports, where the availability of well-ventilated spaces and access to diesel fuel are advantageous.
Extended Shifts: On some applications diesel forklift trucks are preferred to electric counterbalance forklifts as there is no charging period i.e. no downtime – just swap over the gas bottle.
Rough Terrain Handling: Diesel forklifts are preferred for rough terrain applications, such as uneven surfaces or unpaved areas, where their powerful engines and sturdy construction enable efficient material handling.
Agriculture and Farming: Diesel forklifts are utilized in agricultural and farming operations, such as handling large bales of hay, moving heavy equipment, and transporting agricultural produce.
Freight and Logistics: Diesel forklifts play a crucial role in freight and logistics operations, including loading and unloading cargo from trucks and containers, stacking goods in yards, and facilitating efficient transport of goods in warehouses or distribution centres.
Warehousing and Distribution: Gas forklifts are widely used in warehouses and distribution centers for tasks such as loading and unloading trucks, stacking pallets, and moving inventory.
Manufacturing Facilities: Gas forklifts are employed in manufacturing plants to handle raw materials, transport finished goods, and assist in assembly line operations.
Retail and Wholesale Operations: Gas forklifts are utilized in retail and wholesale environments, including supermarkets, shopping malls, and large stores, for stock management, shelving, and handling heavy products.
Indoor Applications: Due to their lower emissions and quieter operation, gas forklifts are suitable for indoor applications where air quality and noise control are important, such as hospitals, museums, and exhibition halls.
Construction Sites: Gas forklifts are utilized at construction sites for material handling tasks, transporting construction materials, tools, and equipment in outdoor or well-ventilated environments.