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A rough terrain forklift is a piece of equipment used to lift or hoist materials over a surface that’s unstable, rocky, or otherwise tough to navigate. While it shares many characteristics with a standard forklift, the rough terrain forklift is primarily used outdoors, rather than in a warehouse or factory. These forklifts typically incorporate special features, including heavier construction and rugged tires that make them easier and safer to operate over rough terrain.
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The major manufacturers covered in this report:
Liftking Manufacturing, Harlo Products Forklifts, J C Bamford Excavators Ltd, Vmax, CNH Industrial, CASE Construction Equipment.
The rough terrain forklift market is witnessed considerable growth in EMEA during 2017 and according to our market research experts, this trend will continue throughout the forecast period.
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The research mainly covers Rough Terrain Forklift market in
-North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
-Europe industry (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
-Asia-Pacific (Southeast Asia, China, Korea, India and Japan)
-South America industry (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia)
-Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
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