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Sideloaders Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial sideloader manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source sideloader manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These sideloader companies can design, engineer and manufacture sideloaders to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these sideloader manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of sideloader platforms, automobile sideloaders, industrial sideloaders.

  • South Plainfield, NJ 800-248-9253

    Distributing industrial forklift trucks, narrow aisle reach trucks, order pickers and rough terrain trucks for all kinds of warehousing and storage applications is what we do best. We offer complete material handling options for your lifttruck solution. In addition, we offer used fork lift trucks.

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  • Wixom, MI 877-960-6800

    Materials handling is more than just handling materials. And no one knows that better than Andersen & Associates, with over 50 years' expertise developing and deploying custom material handling solutions for the world's most trusted companies. No matter what industry you're in, we can provide you with lift trucks, fleet management, integrated systems and storage solutions that will satisfy.

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  • Green Bay, WI 920-785-6426

    Built on the vision of superior products, outstanding customer service and trusted partnerships, Conger Industries has become the choice material handling solutions provider for businesses in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. By offering an exquisite product and service line from new and used forklifts and equipment rentals, to forklift repair and parts, we remain committed to providing solutions through partnership as we have been doing for the past 60 years and counting.

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  • Oxnard, CA 805-485-7821

    From narrow aisle forklifts to rough terrain forklifts, we provide it all! We offer a variety of attachments for our forklifts including: new rightline, bale clamps, carton clamps, fork clamps, multi-purpose clamps, rotators, paper roll clamps and single double pallet handlers. There is an excellent probability that we have exactly what you are looking for and if don`t then we will work to find it for you! Call us today!

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  • Perrysburg, OH 800-331-5851

    As the leading North American manufacturer of truck mounted forklifts for 30 years, we produce the PiggyBack® brand sold nationwide. Our forklifts can be installed on Box trailers and our 2- and 3-wheel forklifts have 4-way movement and double-reach masts for one-side unloading.

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  • Fairfield, NJ 973-808-8399

    We create forklifts that are ideal for rough terrain environments. These powerful machines offer superior lifting strength but they are also very easy to use. Our outstanding products are reinforced with the highest quality resources available. These units come with unmatched quality and the consistency is guaranteed. We will tailor our processes to adhere to your timetables. We are excited to work with your business!

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Sideloaders

A sideloader is a type of industrial truck with a lifting platform that extends from the side instead of the front or back as in other types of forklift trucks. Capable of extending the lifting platforms to pick up or deposit long, bulky and/or heavy loads, sideloaders are utilized in industries such as automobile, glass, industrial manufacturing, steel, textile, timber, paper and construction. They are typically manufactured from high strength materials and are ideal for heavy duty applications. Sideloaders are vehicles that are equipped with a power-operated forked platform attached perpendicular to the drive direction of the forklift that must be inserted under loads to lift and move them. Designed for material handling applications, sideloaders are capable of handling a wide range of materials including bar stock, timber, glass and plywood sheets, building materials and tubing laminates. Sideloaders offer ease of movement in small spaces such as narrow aisles, thus enhancing productivity and safety, as well as high stacking capabilities. Load capacity and reach height are variations to be considered in different types of industrial trucks. The lifting mechanism of the sideloader can be powered by hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems or mechanically-operated systems depending on the requirements of the operation.

As with most types of forklift trucks, sideloaders can be designed with either man-up configurations, with the operator close to the load and standing on the machine, or man-down configurations, with the operator close to the base of the vehicle in an enclosed cab. Sideloaders are typically capable of extending the forks in a scissor-like motion in order to unload into the desired space. They can lift to a maximum height of 30 feet and are capable of carrying loads up to 10,000 pounds. Generally diesel, gas or electrically powered, sideloaders can be equipped with either internal combustion engines or electric motors. This variation will often be based on the intended load capacity of the sideloader with heavy duty trucks typically being engine-powered. A few other common sideloader features include tilting and rotating frames and wheels to increase the vehicles' overall maneuverability and efficiency. Some wheels also may be fitted with stabilizing outriggers, such as with all-terrain sideloaders. The sideloaders themselves may have safety rails installed around the lifting fork to minimize the risk of a load sliding or falling off. Safety features, such as flashing lights or audible sirens, are common features which help keep co-workers aware of the vehicles' movement and presence in order to avoid injury and product loss.



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