Looking for a quote on a UniCarriers Forklift?
New Company - Same Quality
UniCarriers: Integration of Four Brands
A New Beginning
UniCarriers’ Corporate Philosophy
Browse UniCarriers Forklift Products
OVER 100 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE
Announced a partnership with Rocla AGVs as part of UniCarriers System Solutions.
UniCarriers Forklift becomes part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Nissan Forklift, TCM and Barrett product lines are consolidated, and all equipment is marketed exclusively under the UniCarriers forklift brand.
TCM Corporation and Nissan Forklift Co., Ltd. are integrated as UniCarriers Corporation.
Establishment of the regional headquarters in Europe (Germany), Americas (USA), Asia (Thailand) and China.
Reorganization of both TCM and Nissan Forklift direct sales network in Japan market. Production of forklifts is consolidated in both Japan & the US markets.
(US – South Carolina production is moved to Marengo, Illinois)
(Japan – Totsuka of Takada Kogyo is moved to Shiga)
Establishment of Global Component Technologies Corporation.
Nissan Forklift Co., Ltd. and TCM Corporation join UniCarriers Group, each becomes 100% subsidiary of UniCarriers Corporation.
Establishment of UniCarriers Holdings Corporation.
Nissan Forklift History
Nissan Forklift Co.,Ltd. is established, succeeding Nissan Motor’s industrial machinery business.
AGRES Li CONCEPT (Lithium ion battery forklift
as concept model) is exhibited at Logis-Tech Tokyo
Nissan Forklift celebrates 50th Anniversary.
Atlet AB (now called UniCarriers Manufacturing Sweden AB) joins Nissan Forklift group.
Takada Kogyo succeeded the Nissan Forklift production from Nissan Motor’s Murayama Plant.
Nissan Forklift Espana (now called UniCarriers Manufacturing Spain S.A.) is established after separating from Nissan Motor Iberica, S.A.
Nissan Forklift Corporation, North America (now called UniCarriers Americas) which coordinates Nissan Forklift manufacturing and sales activities in North America is established.
Local manufacture of forklifts in Spain begins at Nissan Motor Iberica,S.A.
Nissan Motor acquires shares of Barrett Industrial Trucks Inc. of the USA; local manufacture of forklifts begins.
R & D, manufacturing and sales are consolidated at Nissan Motor’s Murayama Plant; all-inclusive and in-house operations are established.
Export to USA begins.
Shinnikkokukogyo Co.,Ltd. (now called Nissan Shatai Co.,Ltd.) commissioned to design and manufacture forklifts.
The first Nissan Forklift rolls off the assembly line at Nissan Motor’s Totsuka plant.