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Cat NR12-14N3(L)(C) Light Reach Truck range
The new Cat NR12-14N3(L)(C) Light Reach Truck range - our most compact reach truck, ideal for use in the narrowest of warehouse aisles.

Fact of the week

Adopted in 1370 or earlier, the Danish flag is the oldest current flag of a sovereign state. The second oldest current flag design belongs to the Netherlands, first adopted in 1575 (in 1596 the orange was replaced with red).
Sing Me Your Name
In Kongthong, India, every person’s name is a unique song composed by their mother within a week of birth as part of a centuries-old tradition.

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Cascade specialty attachments for the packaging industry
Comprehensive solutions for the packaging pipeline from Cascade provide reliable and efficient handling for consumer-packaged goods, food packaging, industrial packaging and more.

Fact of the week

Adopted in 1370 or earlier, the Danish flag is the oldest current flag of a sovereign state. The second oldest current flag design belongs to the Netherlands, first adopted in 1575 (in 1596 the orange was replaced with red).
Sing Me Your Name
In Kongthong, India, every person’s name is a unique song composed by their mother within a week of birth as part of a centuries-old tradition.

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Atex plugs and sockets by Miretti Group
New Atex plugs and sockets by Miretti Group are intended for trucks and handling vehicles operating in hazardous areas and an innovative, highly engineered and simple to use solution.

Fact of the week

Adopted in 1370 or earlier, the Danish flag is the oldest current flag of a sovereign state. The second oldest current flag design belongs to the Netherlands, first adopted in 1575 (in 1596 the orange was replaced with red).
Sing Me Your Name
In Kongthong, India, every person’s name is a unique song composed by their mother within a week of birth as part of a centuries-old tradition.