The Baoli range is now finally complete in Australia with the introduction of the newest models to our Value range, the KBE20-25 and KBET18-20 electric forklifts as well as the ER16-20 electric reach truck. These new models are now available for purchase or rent, providing a full Baoli end-to-end material handling solution.

A bit about Baoli

Currently sold in 80 countries worldwide, Baoli offers quality material handling equipment that’s reliable, easy to operate and easy to service. Founded in China in 2003 and later acquired by the KION Group in 2009, Baoli offers excellent value for money across their range of electric, internal combustion and warehousing trucks. 

As Linde Material Handling is the proud exclusive distributor of Baoli in Australia, we are proud to have this quality brand form our ‘Power To Choose – Value’ range, which is designed to meet the economy segment of the Australian market. The Value range is ideal for lower demand applications where material handling equipment may not be at the heart of your activities, but is essential to your operation.

Baoli is backed by Linde’s national service network

Every Baoli forklift truck is backed by the national service and support network of Linde Material Handling Australia. This provides every Baoli customer with the peace of mind of having a national after sales network of qualified mobile technicians, all trained and graded on the Baoli product, supported by their local experienced support centres.

The new Baoli KBE20-25 & KBET18-20 electric forklifts

The Baoli KBE series is a tough, energy efficient electric counterbalance forklift truck featuring low maintenance requirements and the optimum balance of energy consumption. Available in three wheel models for high manoeuvrability or four wheel models for more stability on uneven ground. The Baoli KBE series are designed to have low operating costs, and are suitable for intense indoor and outdoor use with capacities ranging from 1.8 – 2.5 tonnes. 

Features include:

Ergonomics
  • Easy operator access
  • Spacious driver’s cabin and large operator footboard
  • Comfortable, fully suspended and adjustable seat 
Performance 
  • High performance output 
  • High durability 
  • Low energy consumption
Safety
  • Operator presence system and operational alerts
  • Traction and hydraulic Interlock
  • Steering sensor and automatic curve speed reduction
The new Baoli ER16-20 electric reach truck

The Baoli ER series optimise warehouse space utilisation and throughput with capacities ranging from 1.6 – 2.0 tonnes. Safe and simple to use, they feature powerful AC technology motors that deliver superior performance and keep operating costs down. Ideal for storing or retrieving pallets at height and in narrow aisles, Baoli reach trucks are designed for perfect load control with material handling executed smoothly and precisely. 

Features include:

Ergonomics
  • Spacious driver’s cabin and large operator footboard
  • Easy operator access and fingertip levers
  • Comfortable, fully suspended and adjustable seat 
Performance
  • AC drive and lift motors use minimal battery power 
  • Excellent driving and lifting performance up to 9500mm
  • Low operating costs
Safety
  • System and operational alerts
  • Operator presence system
  • Traction and hydraulic interlock

If you’re looking for quality material handling equipment that’s easy to use and requires low maintenance, contact us – there just might be a Baoli solution that’s perfect for you.

CONTACT US

At Linde Material Handling Australia we give you the Power to Choose with a broad range of new, used or rentable material handling equipment. With our Value, Performance and Performance Plus ranges, we can cater for any budget from businesses requiring just one truck all the way up to fully automated robotic warehouses. Get in touch today!

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