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Yale expands in Eastern Europe

Wednesday, 5 Oct 2011 ( #534 ) - Fleet, United Kingdom
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Yale Europe Materials Handling has appointed new dealers to expand its distribution footprint in Eastern Europe.

Horoszcoop Anyagmozgatás Kft, a former Toyota dealer, has become the new Yale dealer for Hungary, Romania and Serbia. Horoszcoop has over 20 years of materials handling experience in Hungary.  

Universal-Spetstechnica Kyiv, a former Komatsu dealer and a market leader in Ukraine for the past five years, will now distribute Yale forklifts. In 2008, the company established sales centres in Lviv and Odessa and today maintains a leading position in the short-term lease segment.

Di.Pa has been appointed as a Yale dealer in Italy. Founded in 1992 as a service company, Di.Pa is now a service and sales company in the southern Italian region of Campalia. A Still dealer until last December, Di.Pa also represents JCB and Dieci.

Yale Europe Materials Handling is the trading name of NACCO Materials Handling Ltd, a division of US-headquartered NACCO Materials Handling Group Inc (NMHG). NMHG employs about 5,000 people worldwide.
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