Running a warehouse at maximum efficiency is an extremely challenging goal.
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Who we are
Northland Industrial Truck Co., Inc. (NITCO) is a world class solutions provider serving a customer base with diverse mechanical and industrial driven requirements. NITCO is dedicated to forming long term relationships with organizations in the New England Region and supporting these relationships through our After-Care Support Group.
What our clients are saying
“Working with NITCO is a true partnership. Because of our experiences together, we have opened a number of new facilities with the NITCO-subscribed methodology.”
“Leasing electric lift trucks was very important to us because electric is both environmentally and employee friendly. For the past 15 years we have leased our lift trucks from NITCO and are so happy with their products that we plan to continue renewing in the future.”
“The ability to pick from both sides of the truck, packaging the product immediately and continuing on to the next order significantly increased Homans’ productivity and revenue.”
“If we have an equipment casualty, or if we’re having a problem with a piece of equipment, they’ll come out and analyze the situation on the spot and put it back in line. The trucks themselves do not fail. You get on it, it goes. If you need it, it’s there. All the equipment is that way. It does not fail.”
“It was great to have an experienced Yale technician teach our in-house service guy the ropes. Their professionalism and great service are what keep us coming back for routine service check-ups. That relationship is the key to our loyalty with Yale.”
“I know that if I have an issue, I can call NITCO, and their helpful staff will take care of it for me.”
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