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TVH Australasia moving its Mt Waverley operations to Dandenong South
Thursday, 17 Apr 2008 ( #356 )
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TVH Australasia is pleased to announce the opening of our new sales and distribution centre located at Dandenong South in Melbourne Victoria.

With 320 m2 of Office and Showroom and 1200 m2 Warehouse space TVH now have the capabilities to stock an even more extensive range of product further increasing our level of service and efficiencies to our customers.

The official opening of our new Melbourne premises will take place on April 23 2008 where we will be showcasing our range of Forklift Parts, Accessories and Materials Handling Equipment.

You can find us at:
7/66-74 Micro Circuit
Dandenong South 3175
03 9544 6622
 
 
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