Visit Nichiyu Forklifts’ New Website for Special Online Offers and Savings

Nichiyu Forklifts has launched a new website packed full of special online offers, including pallet jacks from just $299*!

Whether you are looking to rent or buy forklifts, reach or pallet trucks, Nichiyu will have a lift truck to suit your needs.

Nichiyu Forklifts also offers access to an extensive range of quality used equipment, complete with warranty, from under $10,000.

Since developing the first battery-electric forklift in Japan more than 70 years ago, Nichiyu has regularly introduced lift truck innovations enhancing performance, reliability and safety, including flameproof forklifts for hazardous area operations.

With its on-going commitment to excellence in design and manufacturing, Nichiyu has achieved an unrivalled reputation for reliability and durability across a wide range of manufacturing and distribution applications, delivering the ultimate in safe, clean, energy-efficient, eco-friendly operation in even the toughest of applications.

 

Nichiyu Forklifts provides competitively-priced sales, rental, service and parts support Australia-wide through its national network of State Distributors, Dealers and Authorised Resellers. Its professional team of forklift specialists is happy to assist you with any queries you have concerning forklifts or other materials handling equipment.

Simply visit www.nichiyu.com.au or call 1300 368 899.

*ex gst & delivery

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