Manufacturer, Dealer and Lender Insight
For a Clearer Market Perspective, Start with EDA
True market insight means having access to the cleanest, most comprehensive market data available. Data that not only guides your critical strategic decisions, but also leads you to the real sales opportunities. With EDA's equipment-data platform of 342,905 buyers purchasing over 1,293,725 Class I, II, III and more, you’ll have true insight.
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- Access to objective market share reports and data
- Identity proven buyers of lift trucks as they enter your market
- Monitor competitor activity and target their customers
- Generate leads your sales staff will actually pursue
- Identify and exploit emerging market opportunities, before your competition
Top 10 Lift Truck Types
The count of units and buyers for the 10 most common equipment types in our database.
|C4 IC CUSHION||127,055||369,433|
|C5 IC PNEUMATIC||141,663||333,735|
|C1 SIT CUSHION||32,395||135,044|
|C3 L/L PALLET WR||14,875||72,605|
|I/C LIFT TRUCK||34,643||60,349|
|C1 SIT 3 WHEEL||21,871||52,007|
|C2 1REACH NISLE||17,250||50,858|
|C3 L/L PALLET HD||13,326||44,655|
|ELEC LIFT TRUCK||12,045||36,828|
|C2 CNTRBAL NISLE||9,853||32,134|
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