Our all-wheel drive, multi-directional lift trucks combine the best attributes of a traditional forklift and a side loader. This unique design improves operational efficiency when handling long loads, such as lumber, steel or pipe since products are transported on a more stable base and are less likely to suffer strain and damage. Additionally, these trucks can move through doorways while handling longer loads, creating a simple solution for operations.
The versatile design of these forklifts provides a reduced labor cost since double-handling of the product is eliminated and products can be taken directly from the truck to the storage area.
The 4-Way SL Internal Combustion Gas/ LPG powered truck offers a range of lift options up to 295" and capacities up to 10,000 lbs.
This hydrostatic all-wheel drive truck differentiates itself from the traditional sit-down side loader forklifts by offering operators the opportunity to drive in four directions. The Combilift SL allows companies to have the benefits of narrow aisles, superior maneuverability and the ability to block or bulk stack by driving forwards.
Wiese offers the most extensive line of durable and dependable line of lift trucks for a variety of applications and industries. With our many years of experience and excellent customer service, we can provide the solution for your particular material handling needs.
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As one of the largest material handling equipment companies in the Midwest, Wiese can service all types and brands of forklifts from electric pneumatic lifts to rough terrain trucks. Plus, our stock of replacement parts and accessories is unmatched in the Midwest. Add value to your new forklift purchase with a Complete Parts program or Scheduled Maintenance and Repair program to ensure long-lasting performance of your vehicle.
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Save money when you rent from Wiese. Certain pieces of equipment that aren't used all the time can be poor capital investments. In fact, when you compare costs on an hours-worked basis, you might be shocked at the difference between owned equipment versus rental. You can potentially save thousands of dollars per year by renting equipment, rather than purchasing.
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