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Lift Trucks, Personnel & Burden Carriers listings:
Phone: 1-905-857-6456
Omega Lift
Website: www.omegalift.net
1 (508) 222-0177
Presto Lifts
Website: www.prestolifts.com
630-766-5500
Sackett Systems, Inc.
Website: www.sackett-systems.com
1 (412) 379-4500
Seegrid
Website: www.seegrid.com
877-735-5425
Sellick Equipment Limited
847-541-6500
SPG International
Website: www.spgusa.com
800-289-1456
Superior Tire & Rubber Corp.
1 (909) 930-9801
Tailift USA Co., Inc.
Website: www.tailift-usa.com
1 812-341-3800
Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A.
Website: www.toyotaforklift.com
877-348-7252
Traka USA
+86-571-8688-8355
UN Forklift
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UniCarriers

As part of a global organization that is the third largest forklift manufacturer, we NEVER QUIT raising standards or satisfying customers.  Our reliable forklifts are engineered to deliver maximum uptime every day. Delivering high performance and a low cost of ownership, our lineup includes internal combustion and electric powered forklifts, pallet trucks, tow tractors, walkie-stackers, reach trucks and order pickers.  We offer unmatched warranty coverage – including the industry’s best standard, limited warranty.  We also offer ready access to the parts and services customers need to maximize productivity and profits through a network of factory-trained, authorized dealers throughout the Americas.

240 N Prospect Street
Marengo, Illinois 60152
United States
1 (815) 568-0061
1 (800) 871-5438
www.unicarriersamericas.com

1 (418) 268-8955
Vallée
Website: www.vallee.ca
1 (609) 406-9626
VETEX, Inc.
Website: www.vetexinc.com
1 (404) 292-7441
Wesley International
Website: www.packmule.com
1 (800) 233-9253
Yale Materials Handling Corporation
Website: www.yale.com/north-america/en-us/

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