This is a demo store. Any orders placed through this store will not be honored or fulfilled.
For one it's that old status thing; the prestige. If you own it, it's yours and you can say it's yours. Whether for home or business, possessions are possessions and a good many of us covet them.
However, the key to good buying decisions is to take emotion right out of the equation. Make it about the maths and consider this as your first deduction: tax. Buy outright and you can write off all or most of the purchase price as a tax deduction.
Hire and your tax write-off will be considerably lower, though you will pay less upfront. Buy and you have total control. It's yours forever. No need to return it and then get in the queue to get it back.
Yes, you own it and yes, you get to keep it forever. But how much fun is that going to be when newer models have rendered your prized possession the technological equivalent of a square wheel?
You've paid top dollar for something you can't even give away let alone sell to an eccentric collector on eBay. So weigh it up. Is the equipment in question subject to monumental shifts and advancements? Is it guilty of wilful depreciation on a grand scale? And will it torment you with ongoing maintenance and repair costs you could have avoided or minimised if you hadn't effectively married yourself to it?
Beware that low outlay icing, as it may ultimately be beautifying a very expensive cake. Sure, you're only paying for one small slice at a time, not the whole thing, but if you keep it long enough, you may end up paying for two cakes, or even three without owning any of them.
Another big consideration is availability. Will that equipment be there precisely when you need it? And what if it's not? If it's a generator and your entire operation is in darkness, that can be more than just annoying, it can be catastrophic. Finally, hired equipment will generally be a major disappointment come tax time as only a small percentage of your outlay can be recouped.
We are focused on achieving an individual solution for your material handling needs. Because of this, the hire cost will differ for each business. This depends on the length of the agreement, the type of forklift and your location.
We offer petrol, diesel and gas forklifts, electric forklifts and battery forklifts to meet the needs of any business. Speak with our staff members to see the best solution for your business.
It depends on the usage of the forklift in your business. If you are using forklift for less than 4hrs a day then you can buy a used forklift. But if you are going to use it more than that then it is advisable to go for a new one. As if you are using a forklift for more than 4hrs then forklift is the important machine used in your industry.
If you are using forklift for more than 4hrs then you should go for new as the maintenance will be less in a way it will save you money.
Before you start you need to determine what exactly what you want the forklift to do. You should answer some of the questions before moving forward.