HOIST Equipment Information:
Involved in the industry since 1980, Marty Flaska took his fledgling equipment sales and rental company from a small organization to the well-known Hoist Equipment brand. After years of providing sales and rentals, Marty acquired Silent Hoist and Crane in 1994 and began his foray into the production and manufacturing of material handling equipment. Decades later, the business continues to thrive and is known as the highest-producing lift truck manufacturing facility in North America.
Hoist Equipment provides machines and trucks that answer the needs of a huge variety of industries. Their products can be found on large and small jobsites, manufacturing and storage facilities, and more. Their specialized products are developed for automotive, concrete, forging, lumber, marina, mining, gas and oil industries, plus many, many more. The military and armed forces even turn to Hoist equipment for forklifts, stackers, and load handlers.
The Hoist Equipment lineup is extensive, with pneumatic and extendable counterweight forklifts at the forefront of their business. There are cushion tire models in both electric and internal combustion engine varieties. The Hoist T-series terminal tractors provide efficiency and industry leading operator experience. Their Neptune series marina forklifts stand up to the unique needs of the shipping industry, protecting boats from damage with its rubber fork covering system and has extensive corrosion protection features helping them to last.
Their dedication to quality is apparent in their parts and service departments, as well. At any time, there is $5 million in parts inventory that can be available the same day or next day, to help keep their owners working efficiently. The service department provides 24/7 on-site service throughout the life of each Hoist equipment vehicle, ensuring that owners can remain productive and profitable, with as little downtime as possible. Hoist Equipment works hard to make sure that their products are working hard for their customers.