Recently a customer of ours came in looking for a heavy duty bench for his shop – something that could be moved if necessary, but would also be rock solid when needed. We made this up for him: a powerful workbench with retractable wheels. A pair of hydraulic jacks, some heavy duty casters and clever fabrication resulted in this beauty:
Got a custom project of your own? Give us a call or stop by and we’ll work out a plan to get it handled.
Norlift sells new and used forklifts, new and used industrial racking, material handling products (think bins, shelving, handtrucks, pallet jacks, etc). And we look good doing it. Not as good as you’ll look buying it, though. We’re already a little jealous of you.
Need wheels or casters? We also do those. We carry everything from furniture glides and casters, to heavy duty industrial casters at Wheel and Caster. For highly entertaining reading on the subject of casters and wheels, check out The Caster Blog.
We’ve been tearing out a home improvement store that closed recently – big warehouse full of racking, wire deck, massive carpet roll displays, and a lot of other odds and ends. The trucks are starting to come into Norlift now.
This is a great deal more inventory than we’d like to have on hand, and we’re wanting to get it moving! Give us a call today at 535-1776 for more information.
Our service department recently acquired a couple of new vehicles to help us get to customers off-site more efficiently. Whether it’s a forklift delivery or a personal visit from our forklift service rep, we’re investing in our ability to serve you better.
Here’s our new highway truck:
And our new service pickup:
Norlift sells new and used forklifts, new and used industrial racking, material handling products (think bins, shelving, handtrucks, pallet jacks, etc), and for some unfathomable reason, used office furniture. And we look good doing it. Not as good as you’ll look buying it, though. We’re already a little jealous of you.
Need wheels or casters? ‘Cuz we also do those. We carry everything from furniture glides and casters to lawnmower and wheelbarrow tires to heavy duty industrial casters at Wheel and Caster. For highly entertaining reading on the subject of casters and wheels, check out The Caster Blog.
When you think custom furniture, do you think pallet racking? No? Think again!
This is a pretty cool setup from one of our customers. Take some light duty pallet racking, some particle board, and bedding materials, and walla! A picturesque industrial-chic bedroom set. Take a look – give you any ideas?
Most folks know that Toyota is a Japanese company, but a lot of people don’t realize that Toyota provides a great deal more jobs to Americans than many of the companies founded in America.
One neat initiative they have going now is designed to encourage forklift dealers to hire veterans as forklift technicians. They’re offering to match donations to Hire Heroes USA, an organization that aids veterans in their job searching efforts.
From the Toyota press release:
Building on the momentum of the current Giving Veterans A Lift Operator Safety Training Program, Toyota expands support to our veterans with the new Giving Veterans A Lift Service Technician Program. This new program is designed to assist veterans in finding employment as Toyota service technicians while helping you fill much needed service technician positions. To promote these job opportunities, TMHU is placing a full page ad in GI Jobs magazine this October highlighting the program and the ToyotaLiftTech.com site. We need your help in continuing to post all technician career opportunities on the portal, under “Toyota Links” and “Dealer Job Listing.”
For each veteran hired by a Toyota Industrial Equipment dealer in the United States as a service technician in 2012, after three months of employment, TMHU will match a dealer’s donation (up to $500), in honor of the newly hired veteran, to Hire Heroes USA to help other veterans find employment too.
Seems like a stand up sort of a thing to do. Toyota has been our number one selling forklift for some time now, and it’s great to see them putting their brand power behind an initiative like this.