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Omega Forklift Trucks are built with a strong, heavy-duty chasis with industry-leading components that offer outstanding reliability and serviceability. They are also designed so that individual components can be easily serviced or replaced.

Unlike most other heavy forklifts, which can only have repairs or partial overhauls carried out in the field or in service bays, Omega Heavy Forklifts can be returned to the Omega factory in Sydney, Australia and be completely rebuilt with the same tooling and by the same experienced people who first manufactured it. 

The scope of the work can be determined based on individual requirements and the condition of each component, however project scope can include the repair or replacement of;

  • Engine and transmission
  • Steer and drive axles
  • Upright
  • Cabin
  • Hydraulic and electrical systems
  • Before

    This Omega RoRo came to us needing a refurbishment

  • Step 1

    The initial inspection is conducted by our qualified staff which is necessary to ensure the rebuild is a success.

    Thorough checks of the individual components produces a solid plan for the team to begin the rebuild process.

  • Step 2

    The Omega RoRo is stripped down to the bare chassis.

  • Step 3

    The RoRo is measured out against current approved factory specfications.

  • Step 4

    Major and minor repairs that are required are now completed on site by our trained engineers.

  • Step 5

    The frame is blasted and ready for the paint shop.

  • Step 6

    The cabin receives the same blast treatment after some required repairs before it receives a fresh new coat of paint.

  • Step 7

    Strength upgrades and modifications are performed to the RoRo.

  • Step 8

    The counterweight needed to be smoothed over.

  • Step 9

    The wheel hubs needed to be crack tested.

  • Step 10

    The steer axle needed to be repaired and tested.

  • Step 11

    The mast needed to be repaired and crack tested.

  • Step 12

    The drive axle needed to be replaced.

  • Step 13

    The engine needed to be refurbished.

  • Step 14

    The electrics needed to be upgraded and replaced.

  • Complete

    The final product looks just like new.