As a forklift technician, you get the opportunity to choose between working in the shop or working on the road at customer locations. As a B2B business model, you are typically home on the weekends and work a standard 8-hour work day.
No matter if you’re in the shop or on the road, forklift technicians are in high demand and positions often offer opportunity for advancement. But, there are a few key differences between being a Road Tech versus a Shop Tech.
Many new forklift technicians begin their careers as shop techs and as they gain experience are promoted to road tech or into a shop leadership position.