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Carolina Industrial Trucks – Monroe, NC

New and Used Forklift Dealer - Forklift Parts, Service, Rentals

Carolina Industrial Trucks - Monroe, NC

2426 Walkup Ave
Monroe North Carolina 28110
United States

(704) 283-8669

Business Description

Carolina Industrial Trucks is a forklift dealership and a material handling supplier providing forklift sales, rentals, service, parts, repairs, operator training and warehouse products. We are an authorized Hyundai and Komatsu forklift dealer. CIT is Charlotte based and 100% locally owned; serving both Carolina's with full service locations in Charlotte, Statesville, Monroe, Greenville, and Columbia. We offer new and used forklifts, as well as forklift parts and service.
We also have many short term and long term rental forklifts available in sizes to match your needs.

Business Hours

Monday7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday7:30 am - 5:00 pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
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About Monroe

Monroe is a city in and the county seat of Union County, North Carolina, United States. The population increased from 32,797 in 2010 to 34,551 in 2020. It is within the rapidly growing Charlotte metropolitan area. Monroe has a council-manager form of government. == History == === Early history === Monroe was founded as a planned settlement. In 1843, the first Board of County Commissioners, appointed by the General Assembly, selected an area in the center of the county as the county seat, and Monroe was incorporated that year. It was named for James Monroe, the country's fifth president. It became a trading center for the agricultural areas of the Piedmont region, which cultivated tobacco. === Civil rights struggle === Racial segregation established by a white-dominated state legislature after the end of the Reconstruction era, persisted for nearly a century into the 1960s. Following World War II, many local blacks and veterans, including Marine veteran Robert F. Williams, began to push to regain their constitutional rights after having served the United States and the cause of freedom during the war.

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