Discussion:
Where to get forklift parts online?

Hi everybody! I have 2 question request

1-I'm looking for a place online where I can order lift truck parts of any brands at low cost and fast shipping like smh. As a independant self-Worker I can not open an account with TVH/SMH because I am not a dealer... what are the opportunity offered to me? I work in the province of Quebec..

2-Does anyone's know a good and simple customer maintenance management software...I'm actually using outlook calendar for customers periodical maintenance

thanks
  • Posted 19 Dec 2010 12:00
  • Discussion started by alexandre_v
  • Quebec, Canada
sorry for my english :(
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hello, send me your phone number, we will be glad to help you.

bob lumley
b k & p services inc.
bkpsvc.com is our web site.
[email address removed] is our email
  • Posted 24 Dec 2010 00:04
  • Reply by BOBL
  • Missouri, United States
BOB LUMLEY
I know Helmar (www.helmarparts.com) they have a good inventory but still limited in few parts...
  • Posted 20 Dec 2010 01:04
  • Reply by alexandre_v
  • Quebec, Canada
Not sure if they are still around.. I had a lot of luck with HETTINGERONLINE several years ago
  • Posted 19 Dec 2010 23:25
  • Reply by JonG
  • United States

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