Myth 3 – Electric Forklifts Are Much More Expensive

R70H working in lumber applicationAn electric forklift is only more expensive if it costs you more in the long run, and it doesn’t. When all operating costs are considered including adjusted life cycle depreciation, extended operating life, reduced maintenance & repair costs, energy consumption, labor costs, tire wear, and downtime, Carer electric forklifts often show a return on investment in under 24 months. This gap becomes larger with high capacity forklifts where maintenance costs & energy consumption exponentially increase as the size of machine increases. Carer Electric Forklifts assists in analyzing & measuring overall operating costs of your ICE forklift compared to an electric, proving the return of the initial capital investment of an electric forklift over a traditional ICE fleet.

Myth 3 – Electric Forklifts Are Much More Expensive was last modified: September 14th, 2018 by Carer Forklifts