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Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA), the provider of Mitsubishi forklift trucks across North, Central and South America, today introduced its new series of 3,000 – 4,000 lb. capacity electric cushion tire forklifts. Designed for optimal comfort, the FBC15N-FBC18LN series is equipped with a two-stage hydraulic system, reducing energy consumption and providing longer run times.

“We’re proud to launch our new FBC15N-FBC18LN lift truck series to the market,” said Antonio Serrano, product marketing manager at MCFA. “The new FBC15N-FBC18LN lift truck series features cutting-edge technology, allowing operators to improve their performance and productivity while maximizing their comfort.”

Key Features Include:

Spacious Operator Compartment

The FBC15N-FBC18LN models’ narrow steering wheel column design and ergonomic hydraulic levers provide extra space and comfort. Operators can easily adjust the seat to fit preferences and have a comfortable ride the entire shift.

Efficiency and Reliability

Focused on energy efficiency, the design of the FBC15N-FBC18LN models allows the forklift to run longer on one battery charge. The 3-phase AC technology and regenerative braking features enable operators to do the job effectively without sacrificing performance.

Ease of Service

The FBC series electric forklift features controllers to easily remove panels that allows easier maintenance. The planned maintenance (PM) program makes it easy to evaluate and develop a maintenance schedule tailored to warehouse environments.

Integrated Presence System (IPS)

This integrated, computer-based feedback system helps keep operators aware of potentially hazardous situations using audible and visual indicators, increasing operator awareness.

To learn more about the FBC15N-FBC18LN series of electric cushion tire lift trucks or the Mitsubishi forklift truck products, visit

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