Brand New Fleet of Still RX20-20P Ready for Delivery

New Fleet of Still RX20-20P Electric Forklift Trucks ready for delivery to a Valued Existing customer in Sunderland to add to their growing fleet of Still Forklifts that will total over 80+ Forklifts now.

These Still RX20-20P Electric Forklifts have Fleet Management Systems with Operator Shift Check Screens, Operator Access System and Shock Sensors fitted along with Full LED Lights, Safety Bluespot Lights, Red Halo Safety Lighting, Seat Belt Monitors, Cab Door Monitors, Blue Q System for energy Consumption and Speed Curve Control – these really are the safest trucks in the North East!

If you would like a Free of Charge Demonstration or Presentation on the latest innovative Safest Still Forklift Trucks then give Forklift Solutions Ltd a call on (0191) 461 1587 – we are the North East’s Exclusive Dealer for Still.

A Family Owned Business with Family Values working together with the OEM that is Still UK Ltd – a partnership to benefit any Forklift Truck Operating Company in the North East.

Additional Discount available at the Still Shop

Please feel free to visit the Still On-Line Shop and view some of the best deals around for Materials Handling Equipment at www.uk.still.shop

If you would like to save up to an additional 10% discount then use the Forklift Solutions Ltd Exclusive Dealer Voucher Code : FS-AGYB-B41V-MKD1

Enjoy your internet shopping at Still and if you require any additional help or information, then please do not hesitate to contact Forklift Solutions Ltd on (0191) 461 1587

The Multiple Award Winning Manufacturer Still

Forklift Solutions Ltd together with the Multiple Award Winning Manufacturer Still are ready to help, advise and support all of the North East Region in the NE, SR, DH, DL and TS Postcode areas.

With another two nominations for International Forkliftruck Of the Year in 2021 being considered by the independent judges – can your business afford not to consider Forklift Solutions Ltd & Still for any Materials Handling Equipment requirements now or in the future?