Mitsubishi Forklift Europe B.V.

Mitsubishi Forklift Europe B.V.

Hefbrugweg 77 | NL-1332 AM Almere | Nederland |

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Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has been at the cutting edge of materials handling technology, for more than 25 years.
We built our reputation on the outstanding reliability of our trucks and we stake that reputation on every forklift that has our name.

Our success is your success.
Because customer care is an essential part of the Mitsubishi package, we've hand-picked an international network of highly experienced local dealers who are ready to deal with your needs...wherever you may be.

Their local knowledge and expertise ensures you get the support you need. And because they're supported by the global Mitsubishi network, anything you need can be in their hands. Fast.

Our dealers go that extra mile for you, and we'll go as many as it takes.

We are proud to be part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, which has been transforming industries - across the globe - since it was founded, as a shipbuilding company in 1870 by Yataro Iwasaki.

Since then, the company has channelled big thinking into solutions that move the world forward - lending its rich engineering heritage and advancing technology (and lives) across the globe... and beyond.

As a global leader in engineering and manufacturing, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group delivers innovative and integrated solutions across a wide range of industries from commercial aviation and transportation to power plants and gas turbines, and from machinery and infrastructure to integrated defense and space systems.

Since 2016, we have been part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Forklift, Engine and Turbocharger Holdings, Ltd (M-FET), a holding company 100% owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd- which is also owner of the 'Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks' brand and trademark.

Currently, we operate as a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Logisnext (Logistical Equipment and System Solutions Next), which was formed by the integration of Mitsubishi Nichiyu Forklift Co Ltd and UniCarriers Corporation as a group company from M-FET.

The new company Logisnext, which was formed in October 2017, brings together some of the world's biggest names in engineering and technology, and is now the third biggest manufacturer of counterbalance and warehouse equipment in the world.

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New Year Resolutions to make your site safer and more cost effective
New Year Resolutions to make your site safer and more cost effective

There’s never a bad time to re-evaluate your ways of working, but new year seems a perfect time for making positive changes.

A new pallet stacker could be the best alternative to a used forklift.
A new pallet stacker could be the best alternative to a used forklift.

When the time comes for companies to replace their aging forklifts, they often look for a second-hand truck in good condition.

Choose wisely now, save money later
Choose wisely now, save money later

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What sets a part apart?

When in the market for a forklift, how much do you consider beyond the truck itself?

New Year Resolutions to make your site safer and more cost effective

There’s never a bad time to re-evaluate your ways of working, but new year seems a perfect time for making positive changes.

At time of writing, we may be in the middle of the busy Christmas period, but it’ll soon be the new year, and with it, time to make resolutions (and stick to them).

So here are a few suggestions for things that should be on your list:

1. Get a site survey

A thorough site survey should identify ways to make your operation more productive, flag any safety issues, and help you find areas where you can save money.

Everything on site from your equipment, to the racking and layout, to the site floor itself should be checked — rough surfaces are a major cause of wear to wheels, which could see you paying more for your maintenance contract.

And there are always ways you can be working safer. Does your site have adequate signage? Are your traffic routes well defined? Are there guard rails or other methods for pedestrian segregation? These are the sort of things that a site survey will look to help you address.

But a key thing to note is that it’s not just the what, but the who as well. Make sure your inspection is undertaken by a knowledgeable materials handling supplier who understands the needs of your business — they should be able to offer advice on what works specifically for you. A good supplier will reveal imminent threats to your business as well as any opportunities to maximise efficiency.

2. Stay on top of your truck maintenance

Unexpected breakdowns mean unexpected bills.

Forklifts can be complex machines and they’re often worked hard in tough environments for long hours. Parts can wear or break over time and lead to further issues if not caught right away.

Daily checks are your first — and best — line of defence against breakdowns. Ensuring your operators stick to a simple routine before using the truck enables any problems to be caught early on. A reputable forklift maintenance specialist can recommend a series of daily, fleet and annual checks for your site.

If you undertake repairs in-house, make sure you use mechanics who have been properly trained in forklift truck maintenance. They will need to use high-quality, approved spare parts to avoid unpleasant surprises.

3. Look at your training plan

Continuous training is paramount for a safe work environment. Take time to examine your training plan and see if more should be done. It’s not enough to just do initial training when staff join — when was the last time your operators undertook refresher training? Have any elements of their job changed since they started that require further training?

And ensure you check that whoever is conducting the training has been fully assessed and accredited to industry-recognised standards.

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Mitsubishi Gabelstapler Deutschland +49 208 6567-0 Duitsland
Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks France +33 4 72 79 42 76 Frankrijk
Henley Forklift Group Ltd +353 01-6209200 Ierland
Mitsubishi Forklift Europe B.V. +31 36-5494406 Nederland
KUHN Polska Sp. z o.o. (0048) 882432668 Polen
KUHN Rakodogep Kft. +36 30 507-99-44 Hongarije
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KUHN Rakodogep Kft. 1239 Budapest Hongarije
Stenborgs Truckar AB 176 02 Järfälla Zweden
Degrocar Spa 36071 Arzignano (VI) Italië
KUHN Polska Sp. z o.o. 41-200 Sosnowiec Polen
KUHN Ladetechnik GmbH 4840 Vöcklabruck Oostenrijk
Afrelec Industrie - Société R.P.A 71850 Charmay les Macon Frankrijk
Henley Forklift Group Ltd D10 Dublin 10 Ierland
Ardenn Diesel Manutention FR-08000 Charleville Mezières Frankrijk
Vivier Manutention FR-62223 St. Catherine Lez Arras Frankrijk