Renting industrial equipment is a great solution for temporarily replacing equipment, adjusting to seasonal needs, or balancing an unexpected increase in demand. Before you make that call, here’s the top 8 questions.
Planting can start as early as April, and it’s right around the corner. We want to give you a run-down of our top 3 tips for planting season 2017 and how we can help you make sure this year’s productivity on the farm can be the best.
Stop by our Fairchild Equipment booth O3102 to see the newest innovation that will steal the show! Fairchild Equipment will be showing off the new and innovative JCB Teleskid and you won't want to miss it.
The ASCENDER is engineered for productivity and ergonomics which will allow you to keep your workflow moving all day. We've compared the Hyster ASCENDER to similar models from our competition and we'll let you judge for yourself.
Knowing your operational and equipment needs, financial capabilities, and future plans up front will equip you to make a better decision - but sometimes it can be a headache figuring that out. We can help make that decision easier for you. There are 4 main things you should know...
Work quicker, reach higher and trust that you’re placing employees on the best manufactured AWP on the market. Designed for comfort and ease, the AEREO will allow you to keep your workflow moving and productive all day.
Converting an electric lift truck to hydrogen couldn’t be easier. A hydrogen fuel cell is matched in size, weight and connections from the lead acid battery being replaced. It is designed to meet or exceed the run-time of the battery being replaced. Fueling is fast, with a full fill to 350 bar* in less than three minutes.
Green Bay, WI – Fairchild Equipment has been awarded the prestigious MVP (Most Valuable Partner) Award for 2017! This is the third year that Fairchild Equipment has earned an MVP Award from the industry’s trade association, MHEDA (Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association).
Safety, safety, safety! We hear it all the time. It’s one of those aspects of business that we have to ensure we are doing our best to be proactive in preventing avoidable incidences. So, what can we do in our warehouses and workplaces that operate powered industrial trucks (PITs)?