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Nissan Forklift History

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The beginning of the industrial production of Nissan forklifts dates back to August 1957 at the factory in Totsuka. It is worth noting that the first tests for the production of forklifts by Nissan were made in order to meet the production needs of the company.


Already 10 years after the start of production of forklifts, in 1967 Nissan's first forklift truck was exported to Europe, and a few years later to America.


In 1975, the company opened a new venture in Japan, Murayama. And not only production facilities were concentrated there, but also research and design centers.


A decade after the opening of the company in Japan, Nissan's main European center for spare parts production in Amsterdam was founded. After 3 years, in the same city, the production division of Nissan was founded. In August 1988, Nissan repurchased the American firm Barret Industrial Trucks Inc. and uses it for its production.


A year later, an additional Nissan Motor Iberica S.A. plant was built. in Spain, as well as the manufacture of forklifts Nissan.


In 1994, the independent company Nissan Forklift Espana S.A. was created, and a year later - Nissan Forklift Europe B.V. Within 2 years, Nissan Forklift Espana S.A. received the ISO-9000 certificate, which gave it the right to supply forklift trucks and their parts.


In 1999, the company became famous for the fact that the environmental protection system for the production of forklifts by Nissan Forklift Espana was officially recognized as meeting the requirements of the ISO-14001 standard.


In 2000, Nissan began economic cooperation with the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Corporation (MHI), which specializes in the production of electric wheel loaders, and in the same year a trade agreement was signed, which significantly expanded the capabilities of Nissan Forklift Espana.


A year later, Nissan announced the creation of a global corporate main organization called Global Nissan.


The year 2002 was marked by the signing of the contract of Nissan Forklift Europe with the Swedish company Atlet AB, which specializes in the production of warehouse handling equipment. Moreover, in the same year the first forklifts came off the production line of the Nissan Forklift Schanghai.


2004 was crowned with a production record of Nissan Forklift Espana S.A. (70000 units), and also, the beginning of release of absolutely new series of loaders - LX.


A year later, the TX series was launched - a new 3-wheel electric car, and in 2006 - electric cars with 4 wheels.


And 2007 was an anniversary - the company Nissan Forklift turned 50 years old.

In 2012, Nissan Forklift was awarded the "Manufacturer of loading equipment in the UK" award from the Transport Management Institute (ITM), Birmingham, United Kingdom. It is worth noting that Nissan Forklift deserved this award "for a significant contribution to the industry of loading equipment."


The Nissan Forklift corporation has gained a solid well-deserved reputation due to its flawlessness and unrivaled wide range of manufactured equipment. In addition, its production lines support high-quality spare parts and a service system. That's why consumers really get the goods of the highest quality with a long service life.


Nissan Forklift Corporation, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nissan Motor Company Ltd., today successfully develops, manufactures and maintains a full range of loading equipment that can provide greater functional reliability, higher productivity, and significantly lower operating costs .


Since the production volume at some of Nissan's factories increased significantly, the company decided to increase the share of production of raw materials on site. Of course, not at the expense of quality. As for forklifts with internal combustion engines, Nissan adheres to the policy of using its own engines, relying on the brilliant reputation of Nissan motors around the world.


Thanks to a local presence in a certain region, Nissan has the ability to develop and produce equipment that most closely matches the needs and satisfies the needs of customers. At the same time, this gives Nissan the opportunity to achieve the best ratio of delivery times, completeness in the equipment package, as well as the highest level of its service.


Nissan Forklift Europe, headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, has a distribution network in more than 40 countries in Europe, as well as in West and North Africa. To date, Nissan has factories that specialize in the production of loaders in different parts of the world: Japan, Spain, Sweden and America. Nissan successfully sells and services forklifts in more than 75 countries.


To date, Nissan has subsidiaries in Australia, Peru, Mexico, the US and Germany. This powerful concern unites more than 170 thousand employees, 172 national distributors and over 7 thousand dealers in 188 countries.