Buyers' Guide

A directory of companies and business solutions


Floor Trucks & Carts listings:
800-967-7333
Acco Material Handling Solutions
660-465-8572
All States Equipment Inc.
800-325-3841
Anthro Corporation
708-534-5500
Brennan Equipment/Little Giant Products
1 (513) 831-4402
Buckhorn
651-322-6300
Cannon Equipment
+44-01777322100
Cargopak, Ltd.
800-466-6738
Cowin Global USA LLC
706-798-4311
Cushman
1 (816) 994-7890
Durastar Casters & Wheels
800-243-3774
Durham Manufacturing Company
800-263-9823
Engineered Lifting Systems & Equipment Inc. 
866-557-0342
Fairplay Electric Cars, LLC
Hamilton Logo
Hamilton Caster & Mfg. Co.

Hamilton Caster manufactures a comprehensive line of standard & custom industrial material handling carts and trailers (caster-steer, auto-steer & fifth-wheel type) for loads up to 50 tons. We handle the pressure in material handling’s heaviest, grittiest and most complex jobs. Hamilton specializes in custom-engineered mobility solutions to haul just about anything.  The recipe for our rugged carts and trailers starts with our famous casters & wheels ranging from stamped steel models of 150 lbs. capacity to the “Ultra Maxi-Duty” rated up to 43,000 lbs per caster.


Hamilton, Ohio
United States
1 (513) 863-3300
1-800-733-7655
www.CartsAndTrailers.com

800-631-2177
Hilman Rollers
908-874-5585
i-Lift Equipment Ltd.
317-867-9531
IMMI/CargoBuckle
800-748-8080
Jamco Products Inc
1 (847) 325-2930
Liftomatic Material Handling
800-323-4656
Luxor
440-237-9500
Midwest Precision Products
1 (765) 661-1536
Midwest Wire Products LLC
1 (315) 437-8475
Morse Manufacturing Company
800-455-3802
National Cart Company
1 (781) 935-3450
Newcastle Systems

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