Let Jungheinrich help you through these challenging times with cost effective rental to get your business moving again.
Flexible operations meet flexible rental rates.
Only pay for the hours your truck is in use with our Power Buy the Hour rental packages. Fully flexible with fantastic availability, simply select your truck and the hour package that suits you and your application on site. If your requirements change, you can easily move up and down the price banding during your contract.
Renting really can be easy. With three individually tailored tariffs to choose from - ‘Classic‘, ‘Flex‘ or ‘Base‘ - it‘s easy to align your costs with your business requirements.
Choose the hourly package (contingent) that suits you as the minimum contractual usage. You will then receive your individual hourly rate for contingent hours and one for additional hours outside the contingent. Billing takes place monthly based on actual usage.
With the Flex tariff, you always stay fully flexible. Just arrange your individual hourly rate and the expected usage period with us and get started. Monthly billing is based on actual usage. You can easily switch to a different tariff at any time.
You will receive your individual hourly rate and a monthly base rate from our rental desk as an availability fee. The billing is based on actual usage, the availability fee is charged monthly regardless of usage.
Vehicle information is available around the clock with the essential Power Buy the Hour app, designed exclusively for Jungheinrich UK Power Buy the Hour customers.
Using telematics data from your Power Buy The Hour rental fleet, our dedicated app allows you to monitor your trucks in real-time, as well as by the month, by the day or by the hour for greater visibility over your forklift fleet.
Jungheinrich recently sponsored a white paper on truck rental.
‘Redefining Rental for Materials Handling Equipment’ - a white paper by Sapio Research, on behalf of Jungheinrich UK Ltd, explores whether the forklift rental market is able to meet changing customer demands in an increasingly 24/7 marketplace and reveals some interesting points on where rental is right now and where it needs to move forward according to the UK market.