Tri-Lift NC, Inc. has the new forklifts to meet near any application. From serve our customers from our convenient locations in Greensboro, Raleigh, Charlotte North Carolina and Columbia and Greenville South Carolina. Whether you need a single light-duty new forklift or a fleet of heavy-duty, high-capacity forklifts that work three shifts a day, we have the forklift you need. No other dealer in North or South Carolina provides the variety of forklifts and options to meet so many diverse applications. Our line-up includes:
- Linde Forklifts, CLARK Forklifts, Hoist Forklifts and UniCarriers Forklifts
- LP Forklifts, Electric Forklifts, Diesel Forklifts and Gas Forklifts
- Forklifts in Capacities as high as 125,000lbs!
- New light-duty forklifts and heavy-duty forlifts that are built to operate three shifts a day!
- Electric Forklifts Built to Work Outside Under Nearly any Condition
- Forklifts for Rigging and Machinery Moving
- Boom Lifts and Scissor Lifts
- Electric Pallet Jacks, Stackers, Walkie Riders and Much More
As you can see, our selection of new forklifts is second to none. We represent the finest forklift brands, with the models and options that you need. We select our brands based on historical performance, variety and reliability. And this variety and line-up has led to several awards for selling new forklifts, including Linde’s “Palmetto Award”, as well as expanded territories from CLARK and UniCarriers. Manufacturers understand that Tri-Lift NC, Inc. knows you, our customer, the industries you serve and how to work with you to get the right equipment for your operation.
The Industrial Truck Association has announced it’s second annual Forklift Safety Day, to be held June Tuesday, June 14. There are things you can do to take advantage of this day to help create awareness about the dangers that forklifts present and how to minimize the potential for accidents that can result in injury or death, damage to your facility, equipment and financial losses. We’ve compiled a short list of things you can do on June 9th to improve safety on and around your forklifts.
- Make sure all your forklift operators have been trained and that their refresher training is up to date, if applicable or necessary.
- Take time to teach your forklift operators the importance of daily inspections of their forklifts. Daily inspections reduce the risk of equipment failure and catch small problems before they blossom into giant ones. You can download daily forklift inspection sheets for both IC forklifts and electric forklifts.
- Download and post our free forklift safety posters for:
- Take some time to gather any staff that operates around forklifts, but not on them, to refresh them about the dangers of this equipment and how to be sure to use safe procedures when they are in an area of your facility where forklifts are being operated.
- Make sure all your forklift’s maintenance is up to date. If you have a Planned Maintenance Agreement, this would be a good time to review it with your service provider to ensure all standard checkpoints as well as unique equipment attachments are being inspected and maintained properly.
- Review any unique “site specific” features your facility may have and be sure your operators are aware of proper handling of equipment while on or around these features (ramps, areas where floors can be slick, floor substrates that vary etc…)
- Make sure that training is part of your company’s orientation for anyone that will or MIGHT operate a forklift. Remember, employees that have not been properly trained aren’t even allowed to sit on and start a forklift, much less move it out of the way of anything.
- Make sure you forklifts have proper safety equipment and that it’s operating properly. Lights, horns, back-up alarms, seat belts, fire extinguishers etc… Improve pedestrian safety, check out our Blue Spot Safety Light by Linde.
- Make sure you have lock-out kits to ensure that forklifts that do not pass an inspection are locked out immediately until repairs are made.
- Review all your forklifts for possible replacement. Old forklifts, or those that are getting “up there” in hours, might be potential threats. Review safety records and maintenance logs for your equipment. You might find this could be a good time to replace some or even all of your forklifts.-
Our goal is to help you operate safe, efficient and productive forklift equipment. To discuss forklift safety, operator training –or to get a quote on new equipment, please give us a call at 866-393-9833.
Tri-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
- 189″ 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
- Polycarbonate rain cap
- Strobe light and Full light package.
- See all the specs and more pictures
$19,900 Plus Tax and Freight or
*60 month FMV lease with approved credit. Normal clean operation. Restrictions apply. Contact us for details at 866-393-9833.
Tri-Lift NC, Inc’s motto has been “One Source” for many years, and for good reason. We are a truly multi-line supplier than can assist in all facts of materials handling planning, warehouse design, installation and management of all your materials handling needs.
Few companies can assist in facility design, layout, installation and management as well as supply the right forklifts and other lift equipment to complete the job. Working with a single source means one company planning the entire project, creating specifications for all that equipment, ensuring all the pieces fit properly and function as intended.
Having one source means there is no question who is responsible for productivity. Multiple sources have the tendency to avoid responsibility by pointing to other areas not under their control. But when you work with one reliable partner, there’s one call to make, and we’re on the scene! We service and carry parts for what we sell, and even products we didn’t sell. You can count on our service team for everything from rack repair to forklift planned maintenance.
Whether you need a single forklift or a warehouse full of materials handling equipment and a hundred forklifts, Tri-Lift NC, Inc. has the resources to be the partner to help you get the job done right and maximize productivity.
Visit our website to learn more about us, then next time the need arises and make Tri-Lift NC, Inc. YOUR ” One Reliable Source!”
|KION Group, Linde Material Handling’s parent company, introduced the “Palmetto Award” in 2015. The award was designed to recognize Linde dealers throughout North America that achieved KION’s aggressive annual sales goals.
Linde Material Handling, the leading forklift in Europe, is committed to the North American market and has assembled plans for dealers to market the Linde forklift line effectively in their areas of primary responsibility (APR).
Bob Bond, President of Tri-Lift NC, Inc. stated “We added the Linde line of forklifts two years ago for a couple of reasons. One was the quality of the product. Linde forklifts are simply unparalleled in terms of engineering, design and manufacturing. We wanted a forklift line that was suited for the most demanding industries in North and South Carolina. The second reason was Linde’s commitment to the North American market.” He went on to ad “We put together marketing and sales plans of our own to achieve the goals established by Linde, and we are very proud of all of the associates at Tri-Lift NC, Inc. who made this award possible.”
About KION Group
KION North America Corporation is a member of the KION GROUP AG, the world’s second largest manufacturer of industrial trucks. Their brand companies, Linde, STILL, Baoli and Egemin, serve the specific requirements of the U.S., Canadian and Mexican markets with a comprehensive and complementary product portfolio. Headquartered in Summerville, S.C., KION North America’s products are known for their innovative technologies, low energy and low operating costs.
About Tri-Lift NC, Inc.
Tri-Lift NC Inc., based in Greensboro, North Carolina is a full service material handling company with branches in Greensboro, Raleigh, Charlotte, North Carolina and satellite branches in Greenville and Columbia, South Carolina.
While aerial lifts are used frequently at construction, warehousing, and many other job sites, they can pose potentially fatal hazards to workers. Aerial devices include boom-supported aerial platforms, such as cherry pickers or bucket trucks, aerial ladders and vertical towers.
The major causes of injuries and fatalities are falls, electrocutions, and collapses or tip-overs, such as the one that killed Kevin Miranda in Taunton, Mass., on Aug. 18, 2015. Skyline Contracting and Roofing Corp. was fined more than $100,000 after OSHA inspectors found that the aerial lift was positioned on unleveled ground and determined that the company had not trained Miranda to recognize this hazard.
Learn about the fall-related risks and recommended safe work practices associated with this equipment by visiting the new NIOSH Aerial Lifts webpage. The page includes a Hazard Recognition Simulator designed to help you acclimate to aerial lift operation. Additional resources on aerial lift safety are available from OSHA.
One way to improve your aerial lift safety is to be sure your operators are thoroughly trained to operate aerial lifts, based on the kind you operate and the conditions and terrain you operate them under. Visit our training page to learn more about our training programs.
Making sure your aerial lifts are operating safety is to put them on a regular maintenance schedule. It doesn’t take much to make a safe aerial lift become very unsafe. Damaged tires, hydraulic lines, worn parts etc…are all ways to increase the dangers of operating your aerial lifts. Visit our service page to learn more about our service program.s
To speak to us about your aerial lift safety and service, please contact us or give us a call at 866-393-9833.