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Forum: Industry News & Whispers
Discussion:  United Forktrucks buyout
Number of messages: 4

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wiggy
kent, United Kingdom
Some info for the uk guys on here, had it confirmed today that United Forktrucks as of yesterday has sold all shares to the Carrylift group.

Posted 2 May 2015 02:50 AM Reply  Report this message
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foxythefox
leics, United Kingdom
Must be true or else there would be a denial. Good luck to them, from where the business was previously, ie. old UFT, they have done well.
Carrylift, or Corpacq, seem to have money. Who's next ?

Posted 7 May 2015 11:29 PM Reply  Report this message
wiggy
kent, United Kingdom
it is true, apparently it's going to continue operating as UFT rather then the Carrylift banner. they have expanded over the years, 9 depots in all.

Posted 12 May 2015 09:38 PM Reply  Report this message
exalt
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Hessle part of CorpAcq seem to be selling Hyundai now in the North East will we see a change of direction for the hole group away from Unicarrier to Hyundai .

If i was in there shoes i would have changed before now with Doosan now buying Rushlift Hyundai seem a good option to tye up with CorpAcq
would make sense for this to happen Hyundai get a good same dealer coverage and CorpAcq get hold of a medium priced truck to take on the big boy's . If this did happen  it would affect Briggs the most as they seem lost at sea at the moment and will also affect Impact

Posted 19 May 2015 05:08 AM Reply  Report this message


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