|CLARK Forklift (Xe Nâng CLARK) bằng tiếng Việt|
In 1917, CLARK invented the world’s first forklift truck, and has since gone on to manufacture over 1 million units across the globe, with over 350,000 forklifts operating today. CLARK Forklift has always been one of the forklift industries most progressive and responsive manufacturer, continuously seeking innovative ways to improve product, expand service, and provide outstanding value to its customers, while maintaining its “Built to Last” tradition.
CLARK has one of the largest support networks in the materials handling industry, with over 350 dealers and over 550 locations around the world at your service to make sure you get the most from your Forklift.
CLARK Forklift is a global business, with R&D and manufacturing locations in the USA, Europe, Australia and Asia, all dedicated to producing the hardest-working and best-value forklift trucks that are “Built to Last”, with the dedicated know-how that can only come from the manufacture and support of 1 million forklifts over a 110 year history.
CLARK Forklift Networks
With over 110 years of history, CLARK has been building a world-wide company system and a global distribution networks:
CLARK Forklift Distribution Networks:
CLARK Forklift Worldwide:
Company Country CLARK Material Handling International (CMHI) Korea CLARK Material Handling Asia (CMHA) Korea CLARK Material Handling Company (CMHC) USA CLARK Material Handling Europe (CMHEU) Germany CLARK Material Handling Brazil (CMHBR) Brazil CLARK Material Handling Chile (CMHCH) Chile Qingdao CLARK Material Handling Co.,LTD (CMHCN) China CLARK Material Handling Costa Rica(CMHCR) Costa Rica
CLARK Forklift Dealer in Vietnam
Multico Vietnam is a subsidiary of Multico Group (Singapore) – one of the trusted name in industrial equipment distribution industry over 40 years in Asia region.Multico is the official dealer of CLARK Forklift, specialized in distributing:
- Electric Rider
- Electric Narrow Aisle
- Electric Hand Truck
- Diesel & LPG Forklift
- Tow Tractor
to Vietnam and some other Asian countries.
Multico Vietnam’s Certificate of Dealership
History of Clark Forklift
1903 The executives of the Illinois Steel Company formed the George R. Rich Manufacturing Company to furnished drills.
1904 Eugene B.Clark (a young engineer) who became the new president changed the name of the company to the Celfor Tool Company.
1916 Eugene Clark hired R.J. Burrows to worked on designing an internal-gear type truck axle that replaced the chain drives so widely used in the early trucks.
Eugene Clark merges the Celfor Tool Company and the Buchanan Electric Steel Company to form the CLARK Equipment Company.
1917 The first Tructractor was built in Buchanan, Michigan. The Trucktractor is the world’s first internal combustion-powered industrial truck.
1919 The CLARK Tructractor Company was formed in Buchanan, Michigan as a division of the CLARK Equipment Company.
The first Tructractor was exported to France.
1922 The Trucklift, an internal combustion-powered platform lift truck, was introduced. The Truclift was the world’s first internal combustion lift truck that used hydraulics.
Tructractors and Truclifts begin to be produced at a new plant in Battle Creek, Michigan.
1924 Invented the world’s first internal combustion fork lift.
1928 The world’s first internal combustion fork lift truck that used hydraulics (The Tructier) was introduced
1941 Produced almost 90 percent of the military demands for fork lift trucks and tow tractors.
1943 Was awarded the Army-Navy-Industry “E” Award, in recognitioned of its outstanding production during the war.
The Planeloader, Introduced the first pneumatic-tired fork lift truck.
1951 The Hydrolift (internal combustion) and Electrolift (electric) pallet trucks were introduced under the brand Powrworker.
1956 Introduced the first nested I-beam upright which dramatically improved upright strength and load stability.
1964 Became the first lift truck manufacturer to install load back rests and overhead guards as standard equipment on all of its trucks.
1967 The first Electric 3-wheel lift truck (TW15 / 20) was in the US and became an industry standard.
1968 The C500 line included internal combustion and electric trucks was available with both cushion and pneumatic tires.
1972 Offered the industry’s first dual voltage electric trucks.
1976 Built its 500,000th truck.
1983 Set up a new standard in product safety by offered existing customers, free of charge, a new vertical “wings” seat attachment and seat belt package that increased operator protection.
1985 The GCS/GPS “System” model trucks were introduced, enabled customers to match their fork lift trucks to their applications through a selection of engines, axles and transmissions.
1994 The Genesis model line of four wheel internal combusion cushion and preumatic-tire fork lifts was introduced.
1997 The one-millionth truck was introduced.
1998 CLARK Material Handling Company acquired the Samsung Fork Lift Company of Korea named CLARK Material Handling Asia.
The M-Series model family, designed and manufactured by CLARK Material Handling Asia was introduced.
2001 The Gen2 Series was introduced to the global lift truck market.
2003 The Young An Hat Company of Korea acquired CLARK Material Handling Company and CLARK Material Handling Asia.
2006 The GEX20/30 electric lift truck was introduced.
2012 Introduced the CTX 3-wheel tow tractor.
2013 110 year milestone.