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Major forklift order for rebranded company

Thursday, 5 Jul 2012 ( #572 ) - Kewdale, Western Australia, Australia
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The company supplies international brands that include Cat Lift Trucks, Haulotte and Konecranes (SMV).
United Forklift and Access Solutions has clinched a deal to deliver around 17 forklifts to a major plastics manufacturing company in September this year.

The fleet combination of forklifts, which includes nine 2.5 T units, along with reach trucks and a walkie stacker, will be used for warehousing, day-to-day yard work, truck loading and stock movements.

The company, previously known as United Equipment, changed its name and logo late last year in a major exercise aimed at clearly identifying its core business.

Mark Versaci, marketing CRM administrator, tells News that the former name meant people often asked "what do you do?".

"So, we’ve done something about it. Our new (identity), United Forklift and Access Solutions, clearly says what we’re about."

The company has long-term supplier agreements with international brands that include Cat Lift Trucks, Haulotte and Konecranes (SMV).
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