Picking the Right Color Gallon of Paint for Your Forklift

Have a forklift that needs a little bigger paint job but aren’t sure what color to order? No problem. Intella Liftparts has you covered. Check out the images below for some of the most popular brands and colors of forklift paint by the gallon.

Click on the images to bring you right to our store website so you can get your paint coming today! Have questions or need some more information? Feel free to call (616-796-1288) or email

TOYOTA

Toyota has the largest forklift plant in the world. That means there are an awful lot of Toyota forklifts in warehouses and on docks around the world. And forklifts take a beating – we all know this. Let Intella Liftparts help you find the right paint for your Toyota forklift today. We have color swatches as well as part numbers and years where needed so you can make sure your Toyota orange is the right one.

HYSTER

We all know Hyster uses that bright red on their forks and yellow truck bases. Make sure you have the right shade of yellow on your truck. Hyster has THREE yellow paints currently on the warehouse floor.KOMATSU

Blues and yellows are the colors of most Komatsu forklift trucks. We offer the old  and the new colors and have them ready to ship to you today.YALE

Yale forklifts use a variety of yellow and parchment colored paints. They all have different names so they’re easier to distinguish than some other brands.


CATERPILLARCLARK

The Clark Equipment Company is ultimately responsible for the forklift truck that we know today. Their green and yellow forklifts were the staple of US lift trucks during WWII – and have been keeping us going strong ever sense.

CROWN

It is  little tricky to figure out the correct color of forklift paint for your Crown forklift. They like to use the same hues and not necessarily change them by date. We offer the full line up of all Crown’s beige and gray forklift paint.


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Forklifts made in Canada

There have been a number of forklift manufacturers with factories in Canada throughout the years.  Canada, with its close proximity to the large American market, historically offered low labor rates and an highly educated workforce.   The exchange rate between the US dollar and the Canadian dollar were attractive in years past, prompting some forklift manufacturers to set up shop in Canada.

Here’s a brief history of forklift manufacturers with operations in Canada:

 

Clark Material Handling:  Opened a forklift factory in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada in 1956. Forklift production ended 1985. 

 

Blue Giant:  Brampton, Ontario forklift factory opens 1963.   Still open in 2017.

 

Hyster:   a discontinued Toronto Canada factory is mentioned in their forklift specification manual but it’s unclear when this facility was operating.

 

Liftking is a manufacturer of rough terrain forklifts based in Woodbridge, Ontario.

 

Raymond Corporation operated a manufacturing plant in Brampton, Ontario.    The plant was opened in 1966.  Forklift factory closed around 2010-2011 time frame.

 

Sellick:  Manufacturer of rough terrain forklifts.  Started in Ontario in 1969, continues on to this day.

 

Skyjack:  Manufacturer of aerial work platforms.  Started in 1969 in Ontario.

 

Know any others?  Drop us a note at sales@intellaliftparts.com

 


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