ForkForce Australia has announced it will soon make available a new two-wheel drive diesel powered rough terrain forklift for its own Enforcer brand.
It has been our experience over the last 12 months that the Australian materials handling industry has a growing appetite for larger, more robust forklifts and that today’s ‘big machine’ customers require immediate delivery.
Responding to increasing demands for larger and more robust forklifts, ForkForce Australia recently announced that the new Maximal 12 ton forklift is currently being developed and will soon be available in the Australian market.
With many customers being cash poor this time of year, ForkForce is now funding a Lift Now, Pay Later offer on the new and used forklifts below.
Chairman of the Maximal Forklift Co. Mr Lu and his son Luke have visited Brisbane with their General Manager Mr Zhu and Deputy General Manger Mr Barry Su to award ForkForce Australia their 2012 Outstanding Distributor trophy firsthand.
4 of the world’s top 20 industrial lift truck suppliers are based in China while many others have invested millions building giant manufacturing plants.
Australia’s fastest growing forklift brand recently announced it will be introducing a new 13.5 ton Enforcer forklift.
Traditionally, rough terrain forklifts are among the more expensive machines in the lift truck industry.
ForkForce Australia has stormed the ‘big beefers’ materials handling market with its new 12 to 18 ton forklift range.
ForkForce is proud to announce the sale or hire of its 450th Enforcer forklift in Australia since the brand was first launched back in 2010.
In 2011 ForkForce was made the exclusive distributor for Maximal forklifts in Queensland and New South Wales, which stretched to Victoria on the 1st of January 2012, and has recently grown to all states and territories except Western Australia from June 2012.
Australia recently displayed its new Enforcer range of Maximal forklifts and Zowell walkie stackers at the 2012 Surat Basin Energy & Mining Expo.