Wholesale Forklifts??

Does anyone know who to contact or where to go to get good used late model equipment? It seems in our area these units are not readily available. I know there are companies that deal in lease returns, etc. but we cant seem to locate any information on them. We have customers that are currently looking for this type of equipment but cant provide it to them due to the lack of late model units.
  • Posted 8 Sep 2011 23:22
  • Discussion started by Gump
  • Iowa, United States
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We are also looking for NEW wholesale companies in Ontario prenticelift at bellnet dot ca
  • Posted 6 Oct 2011 22:02
  • Reply by Prentice
  • Ontario, Canada
Stars and Stipes for the benefit of us English ( we used to rule a third of the world ) how do you do your rental biz. So start with a 5000ib capacity truck with a capital cost of $ 21000 and the customer wants an agreement with maintenance over 5 yrs working 2000 hrs pa. how do you fund it ? Do you build in a repurchase undertaking ? How much maint ? How much does the client pay ? what happens at the end of the term ? How much is the asset worth after 5 yrs ? Do you sell it or re rent the truck ?
Would find your answers interesting and wondered if it was a regional thing ? I have met dealers from Europe who cant get their head around RENTAL.
  • Posted 6 Oct 2011 05:48
  • Reply by Oilleak
  • Yorkshire, United Kingdom
My name is Jeff i work For Somerset Equipment. We sell off lease forklifts from Somerset Capital Group.
Contact Jeff at 630-803-4914.
  • Posted 6 Oct 2011 03:40
  • Reply by somerset
  • Illinois, United States
I (of course) would like to also offer up my favorite forklift wholesaler, 'Lift South' and to tell you to contact Mike Collins or Steve Fore at 803-324-3342, as a company that has 20+ successful years as a forklift wholesaler.
liftsouth dot com
  • Posted 6 Oct 2011 00:16
  • Modified 6 Oct 2011 00:32 by poster
  • Reply by edward_t
  • South Carolina, United States
"it's not rocket surgery"
Try Chicago Industrial, contact Justin
  • Posted 5 Oct 2011 11:14
  • Reply by M_VANDENTOP
  • Michigan, United States
Hi Gump;
johnr is on the mark, another wholesale company is Atlas International Lift Trucks of California & Chicago. They can be reached by their toll free number 847-678-3450. This company has been in business since 1956 and has a large selection of all makes and sizes to choose from.
  • Posted 9 Sep 2011 15:36
  • Reply by MEngr
  • Missouri, United States
You can start by contacting the asset mangers at various leasing companies. Citi-Capital sells (or did) their off lease lifts (that the dealers or customers did not wish to purchase at FMV) through a nationwide auction company, used to be Ritchie Bros.
There are dealers that are in the wholesale lift business across the US - do a google search - one company comes to mind is Russel Equipment out of Ohio, Santana Equipment from Illinois, etc
  • Posted 9 Sep 2011 01:47
  • Reply by johnr_j
  • Georgia, United States
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