Introducing Baoli Forklifts by KION

Baoli 1Tri-Lift NC, Inc, as a distributor of Linde products, welcomes Kion Group’s (Linde’s parent company) the Baoli forklift line to our product line-up.

Baoli is a world-wide company with over 700 employees and sales on every continent! Kion acquired Baoli in 2009 and has begun rolling out their products to US distributors in 2016.

From it’s 1.3 million square foot plant, Baoli produces a full-line of material handling equipment from electric pallet jacks to 20,000lb diesel forkifts and has over 260 distributors in more than 80 countries!

The first product to hit our market is the KBG25/35. It comes in 5,000lb and 7,000lb capacities with pneumatic tires. The KBG features a Nissan IMPCO K25 engine, Bolzoni side shifter and suspension seat. Click here to see the remaining standard equipment and options for the KBG.

Kion is expected to continue to roll out the remainder of the Baoli line-up in 2016 and 2017. We are very excited about the opportunities that this roll out presents to our markets. Baoli is a strong product with a very competitive price that will be very competitive in the US market.


New Baoli KBG25

  • baoli-1189″ triple stage mast with hang-on sideshifter and 42″ forks
  • Scratch resistant splatter paint
  • Steering wheel with spinner knob
  • Rear handle with horn button
  • Full suspension seat
  • Swing out LP tank bracket with LP tank included
  • Solid pneumatic drive and steer tires
  • Mirrors
  • Polycarbonate rain cap
  • Strobe light and Full light package.
  • See all the specs and more pictures

$19,900 Plus Tax and Freight or

$236.81/mo.*

*60 month FMV lease with approved credit. Normal clean operation. Restrictions apply. Contact us for details at 866-393-9833.

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