Midway Industrial Equipment has the right team in place to ensure your lift maintenance and repairs are done in a quick and cost effective manner.  We are constantly training to better serve our customers and offer an experience that is second to none.  We offer 24 Hour emergency service as well as planned maintenance programs.

                                                 

 
 

Some of the Forklift Brands We Service:

We also actively diagnose, service, and repair other types of equipment:
- Scissor Lifts, Boom Lifts, and Telehandlers
- Sweepers, scrubbers, and other cleaning machines
- Personnel Carriers, Burden Carriers, Golf Carts, and Tuggers
- Batteries, Chargers, and Battery Changing Equipment
Let us know what kind of service issues you are having and let us show you why Midway Industrial is the right choice for service!  

Midway Industrial Equipment provides expert on-site repairs, shop repairs, and scheduled services (PMs).

On-site repairs:
      
  • 24 hours a day, 365 days a year service.
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  • Multiple dispatch locations to allow our technicians to respond to service calls quickly
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  • GPS tracking of service vehicles. (reports available) Technicians with years of industry experience.
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  • Ability to work on all makes & models
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  • Ability to emission test vehicles with report!

Shop repairs:
      
  • Conducted in a facility staffed and supplied to handle major and minor repairs in a timely manner.
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  • Thorough secondary inspection and quotation process.
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  • Heavy equipment lift to allow complete access to all components
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  • Intensive steam and pressure washing capabilities


 

Interesting Observations

      
  • A technician that is only “factory trained” may not offer a significant advantage. The training “factory” may only offer programs on one brand. Technicians with experience repairing all forklift brands tend to offer flexibility and the best long-term value.
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  • Technicians should be qualified by the servicing company on a job-by-job basis. A company’s average years of experience will not help you determine if the technician working on your equipment is qualified for your unique requirements.