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Manitou launches new forklift range in Australia

Wednesday, 19 Jun 2013 ( #621 ) - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Manitou has launched its new range of forklifts, the MI range, in Australia.
Equipment specialist Manitou has launched its new range of forklifts, the MI range, in Australia.

The official launch, held at Manitou Australia in Sydney, was aimed at positioning the company as the country’s "materials handling reference", with the new range complementing its existing range of Manitou industrial products.

Jean-Philippe Gilbert, sales and marketing director, tells News that dealers have welcomed the new range and orders have already been placed for units.

MD of Manitou Australia Stuart Walker says customers expect more than just a machine. "This is why we are offering a materials handling solution tailored to the constraints of our clients in terms of production and logistics."

Headquartered in France, Manitou designs, assembles and distributes materials handling solutions for agriculture, construction and industry markets. Business is conducted under the Manitou, Gehl, Mustang, Loc and Edge trademarks, through 1,400 independent dealers in more than 120 countries.
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