Providing Affordable Forklift Rentals

lower your costs, maximize your productivity

Why Rent?

Renting can be a great way to supplement your existing fleet if you’re expecting an increase in business activity or you need a piece of equipment outside of your normal specifications. Additionally, if you have a truck that goes down and you don't have time to wait for repairs, we can help you get your operation back on track.

We carry a large selection of forklifts and narrow aisle equipment ranging from 3,000 lbs to 36,000 lbs.

You can rely on Forklift Nation to provide you with a high-quality rental truck available to you for daily, weekly, or monthly use, as well as long term rentals with a purchase option to help you lower your cost of operation while maximizing your productivity.

Accessories & Options

  • Drexel Swings
  • Reach Trucks
  • Carton Clamps
  • Push Pulls
  • Bale Clamps
  • Paper Roll Clamps
  • Order Pickers
  • Single Attachments
  • Double Attachments
  • And Much More!

How Long Will You Need Your Rental?

Short Term
Whether you need to rent a machine for a day, a week, or a month, Forklift Nation has the right truck to accommodate all of your needs. Our units range from 3,000 to 36,000 pound capacities, and regardless of which you choose, you can count on your rental to be reliable and affordable.

Long Term
Looking to control your monthly equipment expenses and maintenance bills? Our long term rentals might just be the perfect solution. Our rates include all normal maintenance and repairs, and each rental is customized to your needs.

Seasonal companies have unique needs, and we are the right solution to help you find the perfect, customized program. Give us a call and let's discuss what we can do for you.



    What Type of Rental Do You Need?

    Knowing which application is best suited for your needs is the first step. At Forklift Nation, we can help you determine the right truck to get the job done. Below are the five types of rentals we offer along with the application and environment appropriate for each use.



    Warehouse Forklift

    • This is the most common form of forklift rental.
    • These are also called "cushion tire forklifts," the tire being lower profile and solid rubber.
    • Meant to operate indoors on smooth concrete floors, but can go outdoors on pavement.
    • Capacities from 3,000 lbs. to 15,500 lbs. and have a standard lift height of up 15' 8".

            Ask one of our specialists if a warehouse forklift is the right application for you.



      Electric Forklift

      • These types of forklifts are typically limited to indoor use
      • In most cases, an electric forklift is ideal for an application < 6,000 lbs
      • These trucks produce no exhaust and have low noise levels
      • You will need a battery and charger if you plan on using it for an extended period of time.

              Ask one of our specialists if an electric forklift is the right application for you. 



        Narrow Aisle Forklift

        • These forklifts are designed to operate within the confines of narrow aisle racking setups.
        • The most common types are reach trucks and order pickers.
        • Aisle dimensions typically start at 9' and get smaller.

               Ask one of our specialists if a narrow aisle forklift is the right application for you. 



          Outdoor Forklift

          • Outdoor forklifts are also called "pneumatic tire forklifts".
          • The tires are designed to go outdoors on rough, uneven and broken ground.
          • Typically these lift trucks operate in harsher applications like a lumber yard or a foundry.
          • Lift capacities typically range from 3,000 to 15,500 lbs, and have a standard lift height of up 15' 8".

                  Ask one of our specialists if an outdoor forklift is the right application for you.



            Pallet Truck

            • Pallet trucks include electric pallet jacks, walkie riders, and walkie stackers.
            • Typically if you need to move a palletized load less that 50' feet, you should consider a electric pallet jack.
            • If you need to constantly move loads over 50', you should consider a walkie end rider.
            • Walkie stackers can handle loads up to 4,000 lbs. and lift to heights of up to 17'.

                    Ask one of our specialists if a pallet truck is the right application for you.



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