KS Lift Trucks are proud to announce that their technicians and maintenance teams have reached the outstanding goal of managing to rectify 99% of hydraulic hose malfunctions, replacements, or performance issues, regarding forklift trucks, on-site at the first client visit following significant investment in equipment and training.
According to a spokesperson at KS Lift Trucks, this is a remarkable completion level considering the huge range of maintenance issues the engineers can encounter on-site and the large number of different lift truck models from many different global manufacturers that are now operating in the UK market. To help achieve the level of project completion recorded, KS Lift Trucks stock hose & fittings for Doosan, Jungheinrich, Linde, CAT, Still, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Moffett, Terberg
, Toyota, and JCB Teletruks amongst others.
This success has been achieved in part due to the ongoing investment the company has put into their Hydraulic Hoses Division
and their fully equipped mobile hydraulics service vehicles which has been specifically converted to provide full onsite maintenance services to a broad range of hydraulic equipment. The onsite hydraulic support service was launched by KS Lift Trucks to significantly reduce downtime by offering hydraulic services onsite reducing the need to pre-book into a dedicated workshop.
Lyndsey Smith, the commercial manager commented “This outstanding success rate would not have been achievable without our fantastic engineers who often go above and beyond in ensuring that our clients can get their machinery back in action as quickly as possible. Our engineers are BFPA trained, are highly motivated and extensively trained, and can fabricate hoses to a trained standard whilst on-site, reducing downtime and increasing productivity for both ourselves and our customers, helping us to keep our prices extremely competitive.”
Based in Lancashire, KS Lift Trucks
covers all the northwest of England providing a fast reliable service for companies based in Cumbria in the north of the region down into Cheshire and North Wales with plans to expand the geographic spread of their hydraulic hose maintenance services.