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    Forklift & Industrial Truck Dealers in Covington

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    Business Listing   Jimmy Harris Trucking Inc - Covington, GA - Phone: (770) 786-3585

    Business Listing   Komatsu Forklifts USA - Covington, GA - Phone: (770) 385-4834

    Business Listing   Lithonia Lift Truck - Covington, GA - Phone: (770) 482-8831

    Business Listing   Rental Service - Covington, GA - Phone: (770) 784-0505

    Business Listing   Solideal Tire Inc - Covington, GA - Phone: (770) 788-1440

    Business Listing   Washington Street Welding - Covington, GA - Phone: (770) 788-1300

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    Helpful Definition for: Forklift & Industrial Truck Dealers

    Covington has dealers for forklift trucks and industrial trucks. A forklift truck is a powered truck that helps in lifting and transporting materials. They are of use, significantly at warehouses and distribution centers. The trucks can be of various types and built to various specifications, of different capacities and lift heights. Many different brands of the trucks are also available, such as Komatsu, CAT, Daewoo and Toyota. They are subject to various safety standards, the most important of which is the Industrial Truck Standards Development Foundation of ANSI B56 (currently). The dealers maintain an inventory of the trucks they have on hand. Rentals, repairs and servicing for the trucks are also usually available. The trucks are supplied to a local area surrounding Covington.

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