We understand the importance of having robust, reliable material handling equipment at the helm of your warehouse and distribution operations. Therefore, the introduction of a forklift could be just what your business needs to enhance productivity and efficiency in and around your premises. With an impressive selection of warehouse machinery, including forklifts, available for hire throughout Wolverhampton, look no further than Hire Forklifts.
We’re proud to be able to offer a transparent forklift rental service that you can trust. We know that it’s not always a feasible or realistic option to buy brand new equipment outright, and so that’s why Hire Forklifts are pleased to be able to offer customers across Wolverhampton with both short and long term forklift hire contracts. Simply choose the dates and times that best suit you and we’ll be happy to meet both your needs and your budget.
For over three decades, we have been providing customers throughout Wolverhampton with a reputable forklift hire service that can always be counted upon. From reach trucks to order pickers, we’ll have a solution that will effortlessly meet your needs and requirements, whilst also staying in budget.
Regardless of the industry or sector you work in, we’re guaranteed to be able to help, even if you need several machines. The high-quality, powerful equipment we have available to rent will make short work of lifting, transporting and unloading substantial, heavy or large amounts of stock in and around your warehouse, whilst also keeping your workers safe from harm at all times.
We’re proud to have been certified Caterpillar dealers since 1995 and Mitsubishi dealers since 2009, giving you absolute peace of mind that you’ll always receive high-calibre goods and unrivalled customer service when choosing to hire warehouse equipment from us. As a result of our dedication to our clients and the warehouse equipment we have available, we have since acquired a number of ‘Mitsubishi Dealer Gold Awards’ for our commitment to management and quality.
The administrative centre of the West Midlands, Wolverhampton is, historically, part of Staffordshire. Prior to the industrial revolution, the city specialised solely in the wool trade, but as the Industrial Revolution started to gather momentum, Wolverhampton quickly became a major player in coal mining, steel production, lock making and the manufacturing of automobiles.
To this day, Wolverhampton’s economy is still very much focused on engineering, including being involved very much in the aerospace industry. Since 1927, the city has been home to Goodyear, a tyre production company (although as of 2004, the factory was only open for tyre moulding and the production of tractor tyres).
In 2014, however, Wolverhampton became home to Jaguar Land Rover’s Engine Assembly Plant, reportedly worth around £500m. Opened by the Queen, the plant now produces 2-4 litre diesel and petrol engines. Due to its continued success, it was announced a year later that the plant would be doubling in size, allowing its workforce to go from 700 to 1,400.