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Multi-million lease contract for NZ forklift supplier


Thursday, 14 Feb 2013 ( #603 ) - Auckland, New Zealand
Local News Story
CHH Woodproducts New Zealand manufactures and markets a full range of wood-based building products.
Hyster forklift supplier Gough Materials Handling has been awarded a multi-million dollar deal to supply and maintain a fleet of Hyster forklifts for building products manufacturer CHH Woodproducts.

The fully maintained lease contract has resulted in the delivery of 62 Hyster forklifts and eight Cat loaders to various CHH sites in New Zealand.

"This is a hugely significant order for us, which will require the addition of technicians in Rotorua, Tokoroa, Whangarei and Nelson," says Jason Manak, sales manager for Gough Materials Handling.

He adds that being a lease deal, it will bring a significant amount of work into these regions for the next five years.

CHH Woodproducts New Zealand manufactures and markets a full range of wood-based building products.
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