Mitsubishi Forklift Europe B.V.

Mitsubishi Forklift Europe B.V.

Hefbrugweg 77 | NL-1332 AM Almere | Holandia |

Historia / Informacje o firmie

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.

Obszary sprzedaży

The Netherlands; Deutschland; France; Great Britain; Ireland; Italy; Spain; Portugal; Russian; Sweden; Denmark; Norway and the Middle East Region

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What sets a part apart?
What sets a part apart?

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

Purchasing or renting a lift truck is quite an investment, so protecting that investment should be high on your list of priorities. Because it’s not just about acquiring a vehicle and that being the end of it, it’s about the support and service during the machine’s lifecycle… and it’s certainly about the parts used.

Efficient parts supply is essential to keeping lift trucks in action and maximising productivity. Uptime is such a key element of materials handling, but with so much competition in the market there is often far too much focus on price over quality and availability.

But what makes a parts supply setup good?

If you’re in the process of looking for a new truck, it should become routine practice to speak to your dealer not only about the quality of the truck, but also the quality of their maintenance. After all, you want to be confident that the work being carried out and the materials used will be of the highest standard. Find out how they train their engineers. Ask them how and where they source the parts that they’ll be using on your truck when the time comes.

One of the really key factors is ensuring that parts they use are always available as soon as possible when needed, and not just at the dealership, but straight from their service vans as well.

A good example would be Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks’ parts facility. The team there works to support dealers across Europe, the Middle East, CIS and Africa — a complex task at the best of times. Through advanced warehouse management and logistics coupled with high levels of dealer support, they manage to deliver 97% parts availability, and this becomes even more remarkable when you understand the criteria are ‘full line, first pick’.

In simple terms, this means that even if an order contains 37 parts in various quantities, and just a single item from that entire order is missing in stock, this would be marked by the manufacturer as a failure.

Even if that one item is certain to arrive the next day.

These are the standards you should demand when making your purchasing and hire choices.

Hero or zero?

And with so many parts available on the market, don’t underestimate the importance of the engineer using genuine parts. After all, the truck has been developed with only approved parts and is designed to work and wear as a complete system. They were picked for their longevity and quality, so using other parts during the truck’s lifetime could negatively affect the truck’s performance or lead to unexpected failures.

The temptation for dealers to use cheaper parts is understandable, but the chance is there that they may break sooner or fit just that little bit less well. Look for dealers who deliver only the best service, because if anything goes wrong then it could hurt your business, so you want them to take no risks.

When uptime is so vital, why would you put your trust anywhere else?


While parts may sometimes even be of similar quality at slightly different prices, never underestimate the benefit of a parts supply that you know will be immediately available and with you right away.

Nazwa Kontakt Państwo  
Mitsubishi Gabelstapler Deutschland +49 (0)203-456 681 0 Niemcy
Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks France +33 4 72 79 42 76 Francja
Henley Forklift Group Ltd +353 01-6209200 Irlandia
Mitsubishi Forklift Europe B.V. +31 36-5494406 Holandia
KUHN Polska Sp. z o.o. (0048) 882432668 Polska
ULMA Carretillas Elevadoras +34 900 840 450 Hiszpania
KUHN Rakodogep Kft. +36 30 507-99-44 Węgry
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Henley Forklift Group Ltd 10 Dublin 10 Irlandia
KUHN Rakodogep Kft. 1239 Budapest Węgry
Stenborgs Truckar AB 176 02 Järfälla Szwecja
Truckpartner Norge AS 2020 Skedsmokorset Norwegia
ULMA Carretillas Elevadoras 20560 Oñati - Guipúzcoa Hiszpania
Degrocar Spa 36071 Arzignano (VI) Włochy
KUHN Polska Sp. z o.o. 41-200 Sosnowiec Polska
KUHN-Ladetechnik GmbH 4840 Vöcklabruck Austria
Afrelec Industrie FR-71850 Charmay les Macon Francja
De Ronde & Drubbel NV BE-2060 Antwerpen Belgia
Motroonik AS EE-11216 Tallinn Estonia
Berner Oy FI-00131 Helsinki Finlandia
Ardenn Diesel Manutention FR-08000 Charleville Mezières Francja
Sérignac Industrie FR-31000 Toulouse Francja
Colvemat Flavigny FR-54630 Flavigny sur Moselle Francja
Vivier Manutention FR-62223 St. Catherine Lez Arras Francja
Hunault Manutention (SARL) FR-71150 Fontaines - Bourgogne Francja
L2M Rouen FR-76350 Oissel - Haute-Normandie Francja
Euroleva - Comércio de Equipamentos de Elevação, S.A. PT-2416-90 Leiria Portugalia
Seevil d.o.o. SI-8351 Straza Słowenia