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Omega Lift awarded United Nations Order
Thursday, 22 Dec 2011 ( #545 )
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Bolton, ON., December 22, 2011 – Omega Lift is pleased to announce they have been awarded a recent contract to supply Omega Lift 7000 KG ARM XL Telescopic Forklifts to the United Nations. The UN’s humanitarian & peace keeping efforts in Asia will be supported by the fleet of high capacity, 4-wheel drive telescopic forklifts.

"Omega Lift’s ability to customize the ARM XL to suit the unique needs of this important end user, and our commitment to listening to customer needs means we were able to win this contract against our competition. This multi-million dollar award further strengthens our brand recognition on the international stage. I am proud of our team’s hard work on this project and confident this is the start of a long relationship with the United Nations" says Greg Pannia, CEO, Omega Lift.

The New Omega Lift ARM XL forklifts will be placed into service in the spring of 2012 with the support of Omega Lift’s network of dealers in the region.

For more information please contact:

John Baker,
Director, Sales, Omega Lift

Email: bakerj@omegalift.net
Visit: www.omegalift.net

For more company and product information click to view the Omega Lift ShopFront

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