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2006 National Forklift Driver Competition
Hemmant, Brisbane, Australia - 24th May 2006
Competitions / rodeos

The Australian 2006 National Forklift Driver Competition will take place this year in Hemmant at Swire Cold Storage's Queensland facility .
Competitions have been run in each state since the start of the year. State winners are travelling to QLD, courtesy of Crown Equipment, to participate in the final.

Participant's safety skills will be tested whilst completing a course designed by CHEP (pallet suppliers). They will drive one of Crown Equipment's latest model trucks.

The national winner's prize is two flights and two nights accommodation in the capital city of choice within Australia.

Crown Equipment is the major sponsor of the competition.

24th May 2006

Swire Cold Storage's Queensland facility

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