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Open House 2002 - HMS Equipment Inc
Ayr, ON, Canada - May 9th and 10th, 2002
Corporate event

HMS Equipment Inc. have a  full line of trucks available for sale, rent or lease to suit all your material handling requirements and also manufacture  own line of high capacity forklift trucks under the name Riggger Lift. These range in capacity from 30,000 to 160,000lbs.  HMS Equipment are a licensed dealer for Hyundai, Manitou and Hoist products.

Date(s):
May 9th and 10th, 2002

Time(s):
10:00 am - 6:00 pm (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Venue:
Cambridge, Ontario - plant - 295 Waydom Drive, R.R. #1 Ayr, ON (Just outside Cambridge - see map and directions on the link below)

Program:
product demonstrations plant tours bbq and refreshments door prizes and draws

Ticketing:
free

Contact for booking / more info:
Jennifer Lowes

http://www.hmsequipment.com
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