NOBLELIFT Canada Plans to Solve Material Handling Equipment Shortages
NOBLELIFT, a global leader in Lithium-ion technology and provider of industrial trucks has seen an increase in demand for their models recently. The company attributes this to their product quality and their commitment to availability of inventory and anticipates that trend continuing as delays persist throughout supply chain networks.
NOBLELIFT Canada says, “We are helping industries across North America, from factories to warehouses to distribution centers, to keep their operations running smoothly and efficiently. While other OEMs are stating 9 to 24-month delays in getting new material handling equipment to customers, we are not. We planned ahead with products and parts. We have a diverse product offering suitable for most applications.
Recently, a large logistics company in Chicago that holds supplies for other companies, was pleased to announce that by working with NOBLELIFT and Easy Street Material Handling (a NOBLELIFT dealer) they have been able to support the rapid growth they have experienced since they opened their new locations. “Easy Street Material Handling dropped off a Lithium FE4P Q Series forklift demo unit for us to try,” said their head of operations. “It was heavy duty construction, ran smooth and quietly, and required almost no maintenance. We absolutely loved the forklift and have bought many more. As a bonus, we have found that NOBLELIFT’s Lithium-iron powered forklifts have helped significantly with cost and time efficiency.”
“We are proud of our dealers,” Loren went on to say. “We have invested heavily in our distribution channel in North America. Watching our teams continue to thrive and grow together, while helping our customers procure equipment and solve material handling problems, makes all the hard work worthwhile.”
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Noblelift Products and Product Ranges in Canada
Lithium-ion and Electric Forklifts – NOBLELIFT Canada forklifts range from 1,500 lb to 10,000 lb capacity and are available in 3-wheel and 4-wheel models. Models can be seen on our website.
Lithium-ion, Electric, Semi-Electric and Manual Stackers – NOBLELIFT lithium-ion stackers range from 2,600 lb to 4,000 lb capacity. Electric stackers range from 1,100 lb to 4,000 lb capacity. Semi-electric and manual models are offered at 2,200 lb capacity.
Electric Walk-Behind and Ride-On Scrubbers – NOBLELIFT electric walk-behind and ride-on scrubbers are available with 21” to 41” brushes, 30” to 41” squeegees and 13.2 gallon to 32 gallon tanks.
Manual Pallet Jacks – NOBLELIFT is the world’s largest manufacturer of manual pallet trucks. Pallet trucks range from 2,200 lb to 6,600 lb capacities.
Quality and Safety
NOBLELIFT Canada goes above and beyond when it comes to quality. They use German engineering to build their equipment and use the highest quality components from around the globe. They put their products through rigorous cycle testing and obstacle courses to ensure products meet precise maneuverability requirements. NOBLELIFT is ISO 9001, ISO14001 and GB/T28001 certified to ensure products meet the highest quality and safest standards.
NOBLELIFT® is a global leader in Lithium-ion technology. We manufacture a comprehensive range of high-performance, low-maintenance manual and electric equipment with more than 200 categories and around 30 series of each product. Our products are designed to meet different application demands and are well accepted by our customers in more than 100 countries and regions in Europe, America, Asia, Africa and more. Products include: sit-down forklifts, narrow aisle forklifts, walkie-stackers, order pickers, electric pallet trucks, scissor lifts, tuggers, scrubbers, lift tables, manual pallet jacks and more. Noblelift® North America builds tough, durable lift trucks that deliver high productivity, low total cost of ownership, easy serviceability, and advanced ergonomic features; accompanied by outstanding parts, service, and training support.
Article from Forkliftaction – 13 Oct 2022 ( #1098 )