Getting on your good side: Bulmor sideloader forklifts are now available in Canada
Side by side: Wajax brings Bulmor’s sideloader forklifts into the Canadian market
MISSISSAUGA, ON (April 29, 2020) – Wajax is proud to announce they have become the exclusive Canadian distributor of Bulmor sideloader forklifts. Bulmor is well known for manufacturing premium, heavy-duty, special-purpose lifting trucks. With Wajax’s sale of Bulmor sideloaders, this marks the first time that Bulmor has had a distributor in Canada. Bulmor sideloaders are designed and manufactured by Bulmor according to stringent quality control standards, allowing them to withstand the additional stress and torque caused by long and heavy loads.
Bulmor’s sideloading capabilities allow for more products to be stored in the one space, as well as offering easy maneuverability in narrow aisles and doorways. With a top speed of 21 km/hr, Bulmor’s sideloaders can move a large amount of product over long distances quickly, making them incredibly useful for increasing productivity.
“Bulmor sideloaders complement our existing line of forklift trucks, for which Wajax has been the leading dealer in Canada for over 50 years – selling, renting, and servicing them in over 100 locations coast to coast,” said Brian Kolthof, Vice-President of Material Handling at Wajax. “Now, if a customer happens to inquire about a long load, narrow aisle type of application, we can provide them with a solution. Wajax is a one-stop-shop for all of our customers’ material handling requirements.”
Among the machines that will be available are the very popular DQrc 60 and DQr 80 diesel sideloaders; both are extremely durable machines. The DQrc 60 comes with a 55.5 kW motor, has a loading capacity of six tonnes, and is the perfect sideloader for the budget-conscious. The DQr 80 can haul up to 8 tonnes.
Bulmor is a forward-thinking company with a strong focus on environmentally friendly drivetrains, whereby their internal combustion sideloaders meet some of the highest environmental standards in Canada. Bulmor also offers several electric options capable of hauling 4,500 to 26,000 pounds, while working silently without emissions.
“Our customers can purchase quality equipment from Bulmor, available in a full range of conventional and multidirectional formats, with the confidence that Wajax, with its proven customer proximity, application consulting abilities, and service focus, is supporting the product,” said Guenter Szolga, President and CEO of Bulmor Industries USA Inc. “Wajax is a strong nationwide expert for material handling and intralogistics. Hence, a perfect fit for a European supplier wanting to make a strong entrance into the Canadian market.”
To learn more about Bulmor sideloaders, visit https://www.wajax.com/brand/bulmor/ or contact Brian Kolthof, Vice-President, Material Handling at Wajax at email@example.com or (780) 948-5490.
Bulmor was founded in 1879 under the name Schöberl & Söhne Maschinen- und Motorenfabrik. They began making sideloaders under the brand name Jumbo in the 1980s and have been a premium innovator in the field ever since. With the acquisition of fellow industry pioneers IRION, LANCER, and SHS, Bulmor has become highly sought after for large scale problem solving and customized solutions. For more info, visit https://www.bulmor.com/en/sideloader/. You can also find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/bulmorusa/ and Twitter at https://twitter.com/bulmorus.
Founded in 1858, Wajax (TSX: WJX) is one of Canada’s longest-standing and most diversified industrial products and services providers. The Corporation operates an integrated distribution system pr oviding sales, parts, and services to a broad range of customers in diverse sectors of the Canadian economy, including: construction, forestry, mining, industrial and commercial, oil sands, transportation, metal processing, government and utilities, and oil and gas.
The Corporation’s goal is to be Canada’s leading industrial products and services provider, distinguished through its three core capabilities: sales force excellence, the breadth and efficiency of repair and maintenance operations, and the ability to work closely with existing and new vendor partners to continually expand its product offering to customers. The Corporation believes that achieving excellence in these three areas will position it to create value for its customers, employees, vendors, and shareholders.