We’re proud to be able to offer a reputable, transparent forklift rental service that you can rely on, as it’s not always feasible for warehouse owners across Birmingham to buy brand new equipment outright. With short and long term forklift hire available, all at dates and times to suit you, we’ll be able to provide you with an effective solution when you hire a forklift in Birmingham from our specialist team.
We have an extensive selection of warehouse equipment available for hire throughout Birmingham. As well as being able to rent electric, diesel and LP gas forklifts, you’ll also have the option to hire a number of other material handling machines, including:
Founded in 1986, we have over thirty years of experience in the material handling industry. For decades, we have been providing our customers throughout Birmingham with solid, robust machinery, manufactured to the highest possible standards for your peace of mind. No matter what industry or sector you work in, we’re guaranteed to have warehouse equipment that’ll make short work of transporting heavy or substantial loads, whilst also keeping your employees safe at all times.
As certified Caterpillar dealers since 1995 and Mitsubishi dealers since 2009, you’ll always be able to count on us here at Hire Forklifts for all of your material handling and warehouse needs. We have since gone on to acquire a number of ‘Mitsubishi Dealer Gold Awards’ for dedication to quality and management.We’re proud to be able to offer customers across Birmingham with excellent product sales and an unrivalled service that can always be relied upon when choosing to rent material handling equipment from us here at Hire Forklifts. Whether you need an entire fleet of machines or an individual vehicle, we’ll have you covered.
Home to two major car factories, MG Rover and Jaguar, Birmingham has always been associated with the manufacturing and construction industry. As well as cars and vehicle parts, the city is also famous for the production of electrical equipment, plastics, machine tools and even glass items. The retail and tourism industry is also booming, attracting around 36.5 million visitors, on average, a year.
The Bournville factory, owned by Cadbury, also sits within the city and has spent over £75 million on production machinery alone since 2012 according to Ian Noble, the senior director at Global Chocolate Production.
The West Midlands as a whole are also looking to be more sustainable, according to the University of Birmingham, making more of an effort than ever before to switch to natural materials, such as bamboo, as opposed to single use plastics, for example. But being eco-friendly doesn’t have to stop in the warehouse as we have a number of electric and LP gas forklifts available for hire that can be used both indoors and outdoors due to their low emission levels.