6 Summer Safety Tips for Forklift Operators

Summer Safety

There are many safety risks associated with operating heavy machinery. Those risks are compounded by extreme weather – especially heat. Forklift operators aren’t strangers to taking precautionary measures while on the job. With that said, there are extra safety measures forklift drivers must take in the summertime in order to keep themselves and their co-workers […]

What is a Lockout Tagout Procedure?

lockout tagout

When a forklift goes down for any reason, the facility supervisor is tasked with ensuring the machine does not cause damage to the operator or product. If damage has occurred, they must see to it that no further damage is caused. Lockout tagout procedures help protect forklift operators and mechanics from unexpected electrical surges while […]

Forklift Accident Causes & Prevention

There’s a reason so many rules and guidelines for operating a forklift exist. At any given time, you are moving thousands of pounds of product. That’s quite an impressive (and sometimes dangerous) feat. For that reason alone, proper forklift safety procedures must be followed at all times. As part of National Forklift Safety Day, we’ve […]

How Forklift Classifications Help With Purchasing

The evolution of the forklift has given many industries better options for their material handling needs. Two main factors determined how forklifts are classified – the fuel type and the job type. Because each class operates differently, forklift drivers must be trained on each class of forklift they intend to operate. Forklifts have been given […]

When to Replace Forklift Attachments

Forklift safety means evaluating all aspects of the machine on a daily or per-use basis, including forklift forks and attachments. Productivity only happens when your material handling equipment is in safe working condition. Federal law (OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910.178) instructs that forklift forks used around-the-clock must be inspected on a per-operation basis. Failing to […]

4 Ways The Forklift Pro Supports Forklift Dealers

At The Forklift Pro, we put emphasis on the importance of dealer-wholesaler trust and relationships. We firmly believe that maintaining these relationships takes dedication, communication, and ongoing support. We serve as a support system for dealers looking for the best used material handling equipment to increase efficiency. Time is always of the essence, and your […]

Risks of Driving a Damaged Forklift

Forklift safety starts with being observant and aware at all times. Forklift operators and facility managers should always be diligent about caution in the workplace and when operating any piece of material handling equipment. Completing daily safety checklists is the first step (and required by OSHA) to ensuring that your forklift is suitable for use. […]

Sit Down Versus Stand Up Forklifts

  Though the end goal for all forklift types is to safely and efficiently move product, each forklift type varies greatly. Determining the best forklift for your application is not only going to save you time and money, but the decision will also benefit your operations from a safety standpoint. Counterbalanced forklifts come in two […]

The Forklift Pro Used Forklift Sale Process

Having a dedicated sales person from start to finish is part of The Forklift Pro customer experience. When you choose us to buy your used material handling equipment, we make the process simple, transparent, and profitable for the seller. We maintain this service standard by providing as much information as possible to the seller up-front. […]

When is the Best Time to Sell My Forklifts?

There isn’t one right, wrong, or uniform answer to this question. The decision to sell your forklifts is usually motivated by multiple factors. Selling your forklifts must be met with the same careful consideration as investing in them. The Forklift Pro helps dealers get the most out of their used forklifts. Here are some common […]