Forklift Market Share In The United States

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Have you ever wondered about the market share of Forklifts?  Which company is considered the best seller of forklifts?  It can make you think.

Am I buying the best forklift available?  Can I find the appropriate amount of service and support?  What will my resale value be? Should I buy new or used? Should I purchase, rent, or lease?  These are a few of the questions you may ask yourself before purchasing a forklift.

This document helps to answer this question by listing the market share of forklifts in the United States.

FORKLIFT MARKET SHARE DATA YEAR 2009 

TOP 10 Manufacturers

Rank Company 2008 Rank 2009 Revenue US Brands Headquarters
1 Toyota Industries Corp. 1 $4.6 billion Toyota, Raymond Aichi, Japan
2 Kion Group 2 $4.1 billion Linde, Still, OM,Baoli Wiesbaden,Germany
3 Jungheinrich Lift TruckCorp. 3 $2.3 billion Jungheinrich Hamburg,Germany
4 Crown Equipment Corp. 5 $1.6 billion Crown, Hamech New Bremen,Ohio
5 NACCO Industries 4 $1.5 billion Hyster, Yale Cleveland,Ohio
6 Mitsubishi CaterpillarForklift 6 $920 million Mitsubishi, CAT Sagamihara,Japan
7 Komatsu Utility Co. 8 $750 million Komatsu, Tusk Tokyo, Japan
8 Anhui Forklift Group 9 $668 million Heli Hefei, Anhui,China
9 Nissan Forklift Corp. 7 $624 million Nissan, Barrett,Atlet Tokyo, Japan
10 TCM Corp. $593 million TCM Tokyo, Japan

Reference:  http://www.rackexpress.com/blog/forklift-info/top-10-global-forklift-manufacturers/

 

Industrial Surplus buys and sells all forklifts and lift trucks, all makes, all models.  We buy new and used forklifts.

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3 thoughts on “Forklift Market Share In The United States

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    October 22, 2013 at 8:08 AM

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