The NA20 price start at 32000$ including acid battery and charger, lifting height start at 4300mm, up to 9400mm. Normally, the lead time is 45-60 working days, 1 year/1000hrs warranty for spare parts, 5year/5000 hrs warranty for key parts.

The NA20 forklift equipped with advanced configurations, like Multitandem valve, Fingertips armrest, Lithium-iron battery which is 12 years maintenance free(optional), Wireless camera, Full AC electric motors which were imported from European and American countries, etc, in the meantime we guarantee clients’ profits.

The fingertips armrest make driver’s operating more flexible and comfortable, its position is adjustable, so drivers won’t feel tired even if they work long hours. Besides, we provide Lithium-iron battery as option, it’s 12 years maintenance free and its working hours will not decrease with increasing use.

The lifting&driving motor both are AC, it will enhance performance levels, leading to increased pallet movements for greater productivity and improved acceleration and gradeability. And the wireless camera provides driver a good view, make sure the driver can operate it safely.

To know more about NA20 VNA forklift please contact:

Lyric Li

National Sales Manager

Mobile/WhatsApp: +86-181 3363 9311


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