NEW EQUIPMENT FROM CARRYLIFT
Our extensive range of forklifts provide superb productivity and value for money and are designed to suit every application.
We supply all manner of equipment for use in the warehouse, including pallet and reach trucks, VNA and articulating vehicles.
Hire that suits you, from a one day man and a van to a 5 years contract hire, we’ll find the perfect package for you.
Carrylift prides itself on providing the highest quality professional forklift truck training and operator training courses.
Our service department will ensure that any unplanned downtime is reduced, no matter what make or model of machine.
Carrylift offers a range of attachments to assist in the movement of waste. We are also specialists in converting MHE to explosion proof specifications.
Combilift's award-winning multi-directional machine is perfect for use inside and out whilst the articulating Aisle-Master offers huge space saving.
We have an extensive range of pre-owned, competitively priced equipment – ideal for those looking for a reliable forklift on a budget.
Baumann is the world’s leading sideloader manufacturer with a reputation for consistent innovation, and the highest level of design and productivity.
Featuring Ultra-low Emissions, TCM’s LPG range offers incredible productivity without harmful soot & particulate matter.
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Carrylift is proud to be offering its customers an innovative new product to assist them in identifying when their LPG forklift trucks are running low on fuel.
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Provide a visual warning for pedestrians with this simple but superb safety feature, now available on all equipment.
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Carrylift is pleased to announce that over £800 has been raised in aid of Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 30th September.
The market-leading Baumann sideloader brand comes to Carrylift, bringing a history of product innovation and Italian design excellence.
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