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Renting a forklift or other material handling equipment can be a cost-effective way to increase capacity without tying up cash in equipment that depreciates. An increasing number of material handling operations in the Bay Area, Central Valley and Central Coast rent forklifts instead of buying so they can invest their cash in income-producing opportunities.
By the end of this article, you'll know:
Are you in need of a short or long-term rental? Depending on the time of year, there can be a waiting list for the forklift, attachment or other material handling equipment you need. Avoid headaches and downtime by reserving equipment in advance, and taking advantage of our slow season.
Debating whether to rent versus buy a forklift or other material handling equipment? You're not alone. Long-term rentals are increasingly popular with companies both large and small.
Learn more about the benefits of a long-term equipment rental and whether it's a good choice for your company.
Doing more with your hard-earned money is just one of the many benefits of renting a forklift. Read on to learn how forklift rentals can also help your operation maintain CARB compliance and avoid unexpected expenses.
Continue reading to learn when to choose a flex lease instead of renting a forklift. In a hurry? Just give us a call. We're happy to help you calculate your forklift lease vs. rental options.
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Whether you need a forklift due to an increase in business, a temporary job, or seasonal harvest, a short-term rental can help you meet demand without breaking your budget. The cost to rent a forklift is much lower than buying a forklift outright, and there’s zero risk on the model you choose. When you’re done with a job or your needs change, simply return the equipment.
Why invest in something you can’t be sure you’ll need a year or two from now? By renting a forklift, you won’t end up paying for equipment you don’t need.
This article will cover the basic things you need to know when renting a forklift including:
- The advantages of renting a forklift versus buying or leasing
- What to look for (and look out for) in a forklift rental contract
- How to rent-to-own a forklift