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Masslift delivers 100th Grendia
Mitsubishi distributor Masslift has delivered its 100th Grendia to ...[ 9 Sep 2015 ] - South Africa

Langkloof Bricks chooses Linde
Langkloof Bricks has taken delivery of five Linde ...[ 24 Jun 2015 ] - South Africa

Process automation for DCT
Kalmar has implemented the Kalmar SmartStack solution for real-time ...[ 27 Nov 2014 ] - South Africa

World’s largest telehandler unveiled at expo
Manitou Southern Africa has showcased what it claims is ...[ 23 Sep 2014 ] - South Africa

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Forklifts News Published in South Africa before [1 Jan 2014 ]

Forklift Events in South Africa

Cape Logistics [ Cape Town South Africa ] Date: 13-15 July 2016
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