Industry and Company News
Linde by KION has announced it is adding two new internal combustion models to its line-up to compete with mainstream market model forklifts. The strategy is to provide the Linde quality that Linde customers expect, at mid-level pricing. By replacing the hydrostatic drive with a more conventional, but still massive differential, torque coverter type transmission, and a Ford 2.5L fuel injected engine, Linde can provide the type of quality that is synonymous with Linde products, at a lower price point.
Matthai Material Handling is pleased to announce the expansion of it's Linde Forklift line to new markets. These new markets include Southern Pennsylvania and Delaware. Read more about the expansion and see the territory map.
Congress has approved much needed improvements in Section 179 which allows companies, like yours, the ability to completely deduct the purchase cost of equipment the first year it is put into service.
The limits for deductions have been increased and tied to inflation for future years, meaning that Section 179 us likely here to stay, for the near future anyway. That means big tax savings on your new or use forklift from Matthai Material Handling.