Call your TBS Lincoln service engineer direct on 07496 150214
Maintenance is the most important part of keeping your forklift running - and reducing the risk of an accident. We all know health and safety goes crazy from time to time but having your forklift serviced is essential, trying to save money will always come back to bite you.
A service could prevent damage to a battery which in an electric truck would cost thousands of pounds to repair. When was the last you had your brakes inspected? TBS Forklifts have skilled engineers to help you reduce the risk of an accident.
Legal Responsibilities For Companies Using Forklifts
If your business operates with a forklift, you will have legal responsibility to make sure that its been tested and thoroughly examined. This is applicable whether you own, or hire, the fork truck. Failure to conform to legislation might be disastrous: invalidation of your insurance, prosecution or worst of all, a serious accident due to faulty equipment.
Forklift OwnersResponsible for fully tested trucks.
Hirers of ForkliftsResponsible for fully tested trucks.
Service and MaintenanceFully Qualified Engineers
Quick RepairsLess Downtime
Battery Or Tyre ReplacementWe Stock A Wide Range
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From large multi fleet contracts to one-off repairs, at TBS we offer everything you need to meet all service and maintenance requirements for your business.
We have fully qualified engineers that will ensure that your forklifts are back up and running as quickly as possible, keeping down time to a minimum.
Whenever you need tyres replaced, cutting or repaired, give us a call and we will normally be able to give you quote over the phone. We understand the importance of getting your forklifts back in action as soon as possible without compromising on safety.
We stock a wide range of batteries from most of the major battery suppliers. Whether you need a single cell or an entire battery pack, we can supply it - and fit it for you!
Painting and Resprays
Preparation and Paint - time for a respray? Are your trucks looking a bit worse for wear?