With over thirty years of experience in the material handling industry, you’ll always be able to look to Hire Forklifts for all of your warehouse needs. We have been proud to provide customers throughout Melton Mowbray with professional, transparent forklift hire services that can always be counted upon. No matter what industry you work in, we’re guaranteed to have warehouse machinery that’ll effortlessly meet your requirements and your budget.
We have been certified Caterpillar dealers for over 25 years and have been trusted Mitsubishi dealers since 2009, so you can rest assured that quality and customer satisfaction are at the forefront of what we do. Due to our dedication to the aforementioned, along with commitments made to management, we have since gone on to have won several ‘Mitsubishi Dealer Gold Awards’.
Hire Forklifts are able to supply customers throughout Melton Mowbray with high-calibre, powerful material handling equipment that you’ll always be able to rely on. Whether you need long or short term hire contracts, we’ll be happy to meet your expectations all at a time and date to suit you. You’ll also be able to rent individual machines or entire fleets depending on what your operations require.
A town in Leicestershire and lying on the River Eye, Melton Mowbray has always been known for its production of the classic picnic favourite; the pork pie. It’s also one of the six licensed locations for the making of Stilton cheese. As such, it was dubbed Britain’s “Rural Capital of Food”.
But despite its solid reputation for delectable delights, it’s also got an impressive engineering and manufacturing history – something that’s continued into recent years. Within the town itself, Nottingham Road is home to the Production Engineering Research Association of Great Britain and also the East Midlands Manufacturing Advisory Service. East Midlands Regional Assembly, which sadly no longer exists, was also based in a building on Nottingham Road.
Melton Mowbray has also been known for the production of quality pet food since 1951. By 1972, the company changed its name from Petfoods (1957) to Pedigree Petfoods and continued to hire up to 1,000 people, making it a huge factor in the job and employment market. The name of the factory changed again in 2002 to Masterfoods and it still produces around 4 million pet food products each day.