Building on 50 Years of
- 21 Locations
- across the Mid-Atlantic
- 3,500+ lift trucks
- available for purchase or rent
- $8+ million parts inventory
- for more than 150 brands
- 15 years
- average experience per technician
Take advantage of our rental fleet for short-term, long-term, and seasonal rentals of forklifts and aerial lifts.
With sixteen convenient repair locations, Eastern Lift Truck offers responsive, knowledgeable service of all makes and models of material handling equipment.
You can depend on our knowledgeable parts professionals and impressive material handling equipment parts inventory: we have access to 7 million replacement parts for most manufacturers.
Docks & Doors
Rely on Eastern Lift to handle your installation, emergency repairs, maintenance and inspections on all dock and door related equipment.
It was a pleasure to have ELT as our partner on this project, and we greatly appreciate the effort of you and your team in making it a success, both on time and on budget. We look forward to the opportunity to work together again in the future. Take care, and have a great weekend.
Logistics Company, Virginia
We were in need of a rental lift on very short notice and Jenny and team made it happen. Very helpful!
Fence and railing contractor, Central PA
Janitorial Supply and Maintenance Business, Northern NJ
Steel Products Processing & Distribution Center, Baltimore MD
Large Producer of Concrete Products, Maryland
Fortune 500 Aerospace / Defense Contractor, Maryland
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