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Ergonomics listings:
1 (616) 796-1288
Intella Liftparts
888-345-1270
Interthor, Inc. 
678-244-1523
INTORQ US Inc. 
800-748-8080
Jamco Products Inc
800-527-8566
Kastalon, Inc. 
888-539-3623
Keyence Corp. of America
1 (908) 231-1800
Kinedyne
1 (937) 525-5533
Konecranes
800-655-7225
Konstant
800-837-5676
Kornylak Corporation
877-586-3353
Kundel Industries
1 (508) 278-9100
Lenze Americas
+886-3-990-8128
Liftek
LIFTek Corporation

LIFTek Corporation supplies forklift camera systems, forklift lasers, mobile DVR’s, and other operator aids for forklifts and mobile cranes. Since 1996 LIFTek has delivered quality products and exceptional service to OEMs, dealers and aftermarket clients in the U.S. and Worldwide. We provide free telephone support, same day shipping and same day repair service for most standard products. We look forward to working with you in selecting a standard product or in developing a system that meets your special requirements. We provide solutions that pay for themselves quickly through: damage prevention, increased productivity, and reduced operating costs. See more at www.LIFTek.com.

420 Southlake Blvd
Unit A4
North Chesterfield, Virginia 23236
United States
804-378-1535
1-888-543-8358
www.LIFTek.com

1 (847) 325-2930
Liftomatic Material Handling
1 (815) 557-5643
Mac Rak
1 (714) 771-2630
Magnus Mobility Systems, Inc.
888-986-7267
Marshall Industrial Inc. 
1 (303) 688-3966
Master Magnetics, Inc.
1 (828) 349-9619
Meijer Handling Solutions
1 (978) 768-3000
Mezzanine Safeti-Gates
1 (704) 665-1098
MIAS
248-399-5100
Mid-West Wire Products
800-889-4049
Milagon
1 (315) 437-8475
Morse Manufacturing Company

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