FORKLIFT REPAIRS OKLAHOMA
When it comes to forklift repairsin Oklahomaand equipment service, Medley is second to none. We currently have 32 factory trained mobile service technicians available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to your needs. Our Oklahoma City service facility includes 40,000 square feet of shop space for engine rebuilding and replacement, transmission overhauls, and all other major Forklift Repairs. Our highly skilled technicians receive weekly factory training by our local and corporate trainers through Yale’s Pro-Tech training program. This program is unique in the Oklahoma forklift Repair industry. It is a program by which our equipment technicians receive progressive levels of certification based on their knowledge and understanding of specific skill areas. In additions to increasing the number of highly trained technicians, this program will help ensure that our forklift repair customers receive the highest caliber service, thus building customer loyalty by creating a preference for Forklift Repairs in Oklahoma genuine factory trained service technicians. We provide forklift repairs and service for the whole state of Oklahoma, New Mexico, and West Texas.
Scheduling a service is simply at Medley Equipment company. Text/chat or complete the form.
We will answer the phone and scheduleyour forklift repairs in Oklahomaor help you with any questions that you might have. Ournumber one goal at Medley Equipment Company is to earn the right to be a solution for all of your forklift repairs, new and used equipment and material handling needs.
About us: Medley had humble beginnings in 1941, founded by Joe Medley & his wife Francis as the Joe Medley Scale Co. The original location was 609 N Hudson, Oklahoma City. We moved into the Material Handling field over the years and our name was changed to Medley Material Handling Co., which more closely represented our type of business. In 1956, Medley began a long-lasting relationship with Yale, representing the Automatic Lift Truck division which subsequently was merged into the Yale Lift Truck of today.