Wolter, formerly Kensar Equipment, now offers OSHA certified forklift and aerial lift (MEWP) training classes in Indianapolis, IN.
This addition is backed by Wolter’s extensive training program, running throughout Wisconsin, Illinois, St. Louis, and now Indiana and Ohio.
Training courses offered include operator training, train-the-trainer, onsite safety audits, and virtual reality forklift training simulators available for rental or purchase.
In the fall of 2020, Wolter relocated to a larger facility to accommodate operational growth, its expansive fleet of used equipment, and a dedicated space for forklift and aerial lift training classes in Indianapolis.
“This is an exciting next step for Wolter,” explains Ken Sarbaugh, General Manager for Kensar Equipment Company. “Building a strong safety culture protects all of your employees, your facility, and in the end helps to prevent situations catastrophic to your business and the safety of your employees.”
In addition to training, Kensar Equipment Company supplies businesses with safety-focused products to add to the work environment, including safety lights, pedestrian proximity detection systems, guard rail & column protectors, fall protection, safety harnesses, and much more. Together, operator training and warehouse safety products create a safer work environment all around.
About Kensar Equipment Company – provides new, used, and wholesale forklifts, aerial lifts, rough terrain forklifts, personnel carriers, and other heavy construction equipment nationwide. Additionally, Kensar Equipment Company is a full-service dealer, providing Parts, Rentals, service support, training, and automated systems to businesses throughout Indiana, Southwestern Ohio, and Northern Kentucky.
About Wolter, Inc
With its headquarters in Brookfield, WI, Wolter is an integrated industrial equipment distributor and productivity solutions provider. The company serves over 20,000 industrial, construction, and commercial customers in Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, and Missouri. With more than 540 employees, its over 200 technicians are some of the most highly trained in the industry.