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Combilift company was founded in 1998 by highly qualified professionals Martin McVicar and Robert Moffett.
Martin McVicar's engineering career began with a summer job at Moffett Engineering, a forklift manufacturer.
The young man was so inspired by this work that by the age of 20 he became the chief engineer of the company.
In 1997, when Moffett Engineering was sold, McVicar decided to set up his own business and build a versatile forklift that could handle all types of cargo.
In 1998, the loader, named Combilift for its versatility, was put into production and, thanks to its unique capabilities, quickly gained worldwide recognition.
Martin McVicar was awarded the Irish Entrepreneur of the Year for his technical developments at the age of 29.
To this day, he continues to improve his models and create new options, look for new markets and opportunities for applying his inventions.
An integral part of the success of the Combilift brand was also the participation of Robert Moffett in its promotion.
This professional helped develop and grow the Moffett Mounty truck company, which has been manufacturing loaders since 1967.
Moffett, after the sale of this company, joined McVicar, becoming the technical director of Combilift.
Both founders of the company still use all their knowledge and practical experience to this day to find more effective solutions for handling long loads.
Combilift is the world's first combustion engine powered forklift capable of moving in all directions without turning the body.
The Combilift is a combination of a classic forklift truck, a side-loader and a classic reach truck.
Effectively combining the advantages of all three types of material handling equipment, Combilift can really replace them, which largely explains the 30% growth in sales of this equipment in Europe in 2005.
Such a machine does not require additional maneuvering, which allows to reduce the width of the aisles between the racks and significantly increase the cargo storage area.
This advantage is all the more obvious and makes Combilift simply indispensable if the specifics of the load (boards, pipes, furniture boards, countertops, etc.) limit the use of equipment such as an electric stacker, and the use of classic forklifts drastically reduces the storage area.
When working with long lengths, due to the ability to move in any direction, this equipment does not need a large turning space, like a classic forklift truck.