Pallet Lift Trucks


Why Pallet Lift Trucks?

No matter which lift truck design you are seeking. RICO Equipment has a design that can work for you. From walk-behind to high lift to stand up pallet trucks, our pallet truck series is maximized by AC or DC high performance drive motors that are coupled with vertical mounted transmission to provide a strong combination of power and reliability.

We use A36 plate and high strength structural steel on all of pallet lift truck welded frames. Additionally, pallet forks are constructed using formed, heavy gauge steel with four high strength stiffeners. All components of our lift truck designs equate to maximum strength and long-term durability. We ensure each truck is built to ANSI B56 safety standards for use in many working environments.

Safety & Service Features

All of our lift trucks are designed with safety and security in mind. An open drive compartment offers easy access to panels and controls while an emergency disconnect switch immediately shuts down the vehicle should any problems arise. An on-board service diagnostic system allows drivers to consistently monitor vehicle needs and all models are custom engineered to meet your specific application and towing requirements.

Find a Lift Truck for Every Use in Any Industry

Since RICO completes nearly all pallet lift truck design and engineering in-house, we are able to regularly meet and exceed customer expectations in forklift manufacturing. In doing so, customers are also able to contribute in the design, fabrication and cost of the forklift manufacturing process. In addition to our pallet lift trucks, RICO offers many other forklift options:

RICO can assist you in finding or designing pallet lift truck whatever your specific business requirements. We also offer lift truck rentals, aftermarket and technical support, and training and certification programs. For more information about our lift trucks and forklift services, contact us today.

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