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NMHG opens new office in Malaysia

Thursday, 9 May 2013 ( #615 ) - Malaysia
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NMHG opens an office in Malaysia.
NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG) has expanded its Asian operation with a new office in Malaysia.

With a dealer network "successfully operating" in the region, NMHG says the Asia office will bring support closer to dealers and minimise reliance on the Asia-Pacific office in Sydney, Australia.

NMHG supplies forklifts and aftermarket parts from its Yale, Hyster and Utilev brands to Malaysian customers, including logistics providers, retailers, food distributors, building materials suppliers, and trucking and automotive companies.

NMHG’s general manager, Asia, Anthony Fagg, is excited about the potential for the office and the positive impact it will have on dealers set to benefit from the additional training and technical support services that will be offered.

"With Yale, Hyster and Utilev, we know we have an exceptional product offering, but by having resources available in the heart of Asia, our dealers will have local help should they require it," Fagg says.
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