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Green Bay, WI

Materials Handling Dealership and Fairchild Equipment's Corporate Office

Since our first location opened in 1985, Fairchild Equipment has expanded to multiple locations to be one of the most reliable new & used materials handling dealers in the Midwest. We form lasting partnerships with our customers and aim to provide companies with the right equipment for any job­­ including warehouse, agricultural, and construction operations in Wisconsin.

Green Bay Equipment & Services

Brands we carry at this location

  • Yale Forklifts
  • Hyster Forklifts
  • JCB Construction Equipment
  • Mahindra Utility Tractors
  • JLG Lifts and Access Equipment
  • Taylor-Dunn Equipment
  • Advance
  • Bendi Forklifts
  • Landoll
  • Drexel Forklifts
  • Capacity Trucks
  • Cascade Forklift Attachments
  • Bolzoni Forklift Attachments
  • Felling Trailers
  • Genie Lifts
  • UTILEV Forklifts
  • Long Reach
  • Rightline Equipment
  • Rail King

Used Equipment Inventory at Green Bay 129 Items

New & Used Equipment in Green Bay WI

In our Green Bay location, we carry an expansive inventory of new forklifts and heavy equipment, as well as used equipment from the most respected brands in the business.  As an official Hyster & Yale forklift dealer, we don’t just sell equipment. We also provide equipment rentals, parts and maintenance servicing, and lift truck safety training.

During cold winter months, rely on Fairchild’s snow removal equipment from JCB. Choose from skid steer loaders, wheel loaders, pay loaders, snow pushers and snow blades to clear walkways, driveways and parking lots with ease.  We cover all your needs for warehouse, construction, agricultural, and industrial equipment.  

Used Forklifts in Green Bay WI

If your Green Bay project requires materials handling equipment such as a used Hyster forklift or a used Yale forklift for getting your products where they need to go, our selection can meet your needs. Our used inventory of JCB construction equipment, Mahindra farm equipment, and forklifts is tested for reliability by our certified technicians. Our used forklifts will power through any job with impressive 2,000 to 36,000 lb lifting capacities and available brushless AC technology.

Forklift Rentals in Green Bay WI

For your short and long term solutions, our inventory of new & used forklifts, tractors and construction equipment is also available for rent.  We carry high capacity, used Yale electric forklifts and used Hyster internal combustion forklifts with unparalleled maneuverability. Our diverse and efficient Wisconsin forklifts for rent round out your current inventory for the day, week, month or season. 

Forklift Parts, Maintenance & Repair

As your single solution for all materials handling equipment needs, our maintenance team and line of parts keeps your forklift, tractor, or skid steer running through any breakdown. If your equipment needs immediate repair, we come to you with our expert team of technicians. 

Safety & Training Courses in Green Bay

As your partner in comprehensive materials handling solutions, we provide the training to ensure your employees are able to safely and skillfully operate equipment from Hyster, Yale, JCB, Genie, JLG and more.  View upcoming OSHA-aligned lift truck training courses

Browse our warehousing and fleet management solutions to learn how Fairchild Equipment can build a lasting partnership with your business. Contact our Green Bay office so our support team can find you the right materials handling equipment for your business. 

Green Bay, WI
  • 2140 Hutson Rd.
  • Green Bay, WI 54303

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  • Phone: 920-494-8726
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm
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Training Lessons & Safety Tips

Training & Safety Part 1 - Operator Training

The Subject of Safety and Training

In the days that are leading up to National Safety Month, there are many aspects that we’ll be talking about. These subjects will help prepare you for a multitude of situations when it comes to safety. Did you know that National Forklift Safety day is June 13th? So, how can we know for sure that we’re being safe in our workplace? One answer is proper training.

Not only is training important to operate powered industrial trucks and heavy equipment it, along with certification, is required by OSHA for employees who will be driving forklifts.1 Additionally, recertification of forklift operator training is required every three years or after any incident involving a forklift; and for a good reason. Equipment and standards can change rapidly, so it’s imperative that operators are up-to-date on the latest training and safety available.

What is Training Designed To Do?

Operator training is specifically designed to apply a hands-on approach to learning the basics about forklifts and safety of the equipment and in the workplace. Forklift operators will learn an array of topics for basic lift truck stability, proper load handling techniques, proper inspection before operation, charging and fueling procedures, identifying lift trucks by class and how to determine lift truck capacity. Did you know that a forklift is actually more stable when it is loaded than when it is empty? Operator training will teach you why.  

One of the biggest aspects of operator training is the pre-operator inspection. A daily inspection is a required component enforced by OSHA before the forklift can go into service.2 Additional requirements for completing pre-operation inspections pertain to applications that use forklifts in 24/7 facilities, and OSHA says that trucks must be examined after each shift in this scenario.3 These inspections are not just required, but are essential in identifying problems before they occur. The intention of the inspection is to keep the operator working in the safest possible workplace environment and help preserve integrity of the equipment.

Classes for forklift operator training are usually pre-scheduled, but most training departments are flexible and can work with your schedule, especially for large group classes. Additional resources are typically available for additional costs (like DVDs and books), but are great resources to keep on-hand. And if you ever have any questions, there is no harm in asking a professional who will either supply you with an answer or help you locate an expert who can.

Operator training for other types of equipment isn’t necessarily required by OSHA, but the more the operators are familiar with the equipment that they use, the safer they are. In-turn, operators who practice safe driving and operating minimize a business’ exposure to unnecessary incidences.

Other Equipment Training Available

Aerial equipment is another type of equipment that is typical to train operators. Scissors Lifts and Boom Lifts actually fall under two different regulations. Familiarizing your employees on aerial equipment is important. Walking an operator around the unit will help them learn and identify potential hazards to watch for when using the equipment. Learning to properly operate aerial equipment will also help the employee understand the appropriate way to maneuver the unit without endangering themselves, others or property. And lastly, and most importantly, operators will learn what kind of personal protection equipment (PPE) that is required to use when operating aerial equipment and how to wear it.


Make the first step of onboarding your new employee operator training. In some cases it will be necessary, but even if it isn’t it can enhance safety awareness, promote proper operation of equipment and demonstrate positive value toward your employee.

Do you have a lot of turnover in your organization? Getting someone within your organization certified to train new operators can be a solution to some cost savings and compliance. Usually, a Train-the-Trainer class for one or more employees can solve this concern. And again, empowering your employees with job preparedness can make a significant impact.  

Fairchild Equipment can offer an array of training services which include comprehensive operator training or train-the-trainer training. Make sure to find the next available training date and schedule you or your employees today. When it comes to safety, you have to start somewhere and operator training can be your stepping stone.
 

Register online and schedule your operator training or train the trainer session. Or, contact us today or call 844-432-4724 to answer questions or talk to someone about training. 
 
Sources:
1 https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/poweredindustrialtrucks/
2,3 https://www.osha.gov/dte/library/pit/pit_checklist.html

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The Subject of Safety and Training

In the days that are leading up to National Safety Month, there are many aspects that we’ll be talking about. These subjects will help prepare you for a multitude of situations when it comes to safety. Did you know that National Forklift Safety day is June 13th? So, how can we know for sure that we’re being safe in our workplace? One answer is proper training.

Not only is training important to operate powered industrial trucks and heavy equipment it, along with certification, is required by OSHA for employees who will be driving forklifts.1 Additionally, recertification of forklift operator training is required every three years or after any incident involving a forklift; and for a good reason. Equipment and standards can change rapidly, so it’s imperative that operators are up-to-date on the latest training and safety available.

What is Training Designed To Do?

Operator training is specifically designed to apply a hands-on approach to learning the basics about forklifts and safety of the equipment and in the workplace. Forklift operators will learn an array of topics for basic lift truck stability, proper load handling techniques, proper inspection before operation, charging and fueling procedures, identifying lift trucks by class and how to determine lift truck capacity. Did you know that a forklift is actually more stable when it is loaded than when it is empty? Operator training will teach you why.  

One of the biggest aspects of operator training is the pre-operator inspection. A daily inspection is a required component enforced by OSHA before the forklift can go into service.2 Additional requirements for completing pre-operation inspections pertain to applications that use forklifts in 24/7 facilities, and OSHA says that trucks must be examined after each shift in this scenario.3 These inspections are not just required, but are essential in identifying problems before they occur. The intention of the inspection is to keep the operator working in the safest possible workplace environment and help preserve integrity of the equipment.

Classes for forklift operator training are usually pre-scheduled, but most training departments are flexible and can work with your schedule, especially for large group classes. Additional resources are typically available for additional costs (like DVDs and books), but are great resources to keep on-hand. And if you ever have any questions, there is no harm in asking a professional who will either supply you with an answer or help you locate an expert who can.

Operator training for other types of equipment isn’t necessarily required by OSHA, but the more the operators are familiar with the equipment that they use, the safer they are. In-turn, operators who practice safe driving and operating minimize a business’ exposure to unnecessary incidences.

Other Equipment Training Available

Aerial equipment is another type of equipment that is typical to train operators. Scissors Lifts and Boom Lifts actually fall under two different regulations. Familiarizing your employees on aerial equipment is important. Walking an operator around the unit will help them learn and identify potential hazards to watch for when using the equipment. Learning to properly operate aerial equipment will also help the employee understand the appropriate way to maneuver the unit without endangering themselves, others or property. And lastly, and most importantly, operators will learn what kind of personal protection equipment (PPE) that is required to use when operating aerial equipment and how to wear it.


Make the first step of onboarding your new employee operator training. In some cases it will be necessary, but even if it isn’t it can enhance safety awareness, promote proper operation of equipment and demonstrate positive value toward your employee.

Do you have a lot of turnover in your organization? Getting someone within your organization certified to train new operators can be a solution to some cost savings and compliance. Usually, a Train-the-Trainer class for one or more employees can solve this concern. And again, empowering your employees with job preparedness can make a significant impact.  

Fairchild Equipment can offer an array of training services which include comprehensive operator training or train-the-trainer training. Make sure to find the next available training date and schedule you or your employees today. When it comes to safety, you have to start somewhere and operator training can be your stepping stone.
 

Register online and schedule your operator training or train the trainer session. Or, contact us today or call 844-432-4724 to answer questions or talk to someone about training. 
 
Sources:
1 https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/poweredindustrialtrucks/
2,3 https://www.osha.gov/dte/library/pit/pit_checklist.html

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