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Bolzoni Auramo BV Anniversary

Thursday, 18 July 2013 ( #625 )
Robert Lensink (left) and Roberto Scotti (right). Click for larger view
Robert Lensink (left) and Roberto Scotti (right). Click for larger view
The recent months have been really special for Bolzoni Auramo BV, Holland. In May 2013 Bolzoni Auramo celebrated 10 years of activity in Benelux. The Bolzoni attachments were initially distributed through the company Hydronika BV, operating in forklift truck masts and attachments since 1978, originally managed by the owner Bob Lensink and subsequently by his son Robert Lensink. In 2003 the Bolzoni products became the core business for the new subsidiary Bolzoni Auramo BV, with the addition of the Auramo forest product attachments. From the beginning, Bolzoni Auramo has been a business partner of ports and logistic centers and for many industries including paper and pulp, recycling, plastics, metals, food and beverages, fishery, pharmaceutical, supplying a complete range of carton and other parallel clamps, paper roll clamps, multiple pallet handlers, rotators and many other attachments. Thanks to an experienced team it is able to service equipment on customer site or in house, install new attachments on forklifts and offer maintenance contracts. Its workshop in Helmond is fully equipped with all the machining, welding, cranes, cleaning, painting and assembly equipments necessary to service, refurbish, modify and customize attachments. Since the end of 2012 the company distributes in Benelux the most comprehensive range of innovative and high quality attachments available on the market, from both the Bolzoni Auramo and Meyer product lines. 10 years since the foundation of Bolzoni Auramo, 35 years since the foundation of Hydronika! To mark this special event, a trip was organized to Italy for all employees, and the highlight was a visit to Bolzoni Group headquarters. During celebrations in Piacenza, branch director Robert Lensink declared: "We certainly would not have reached this important milestone without those who believed in us and therefore our thanks go out to everyone who has taken part in our success: our customers, our company team and our colleagues worldwide." Roberto Scotti, company CEO, also commented: "This is definitely a moment to remember and I take this opportunity to congratulate you and thank you all for the commitment shown and the excellent work done during all these years. Bolzoni Auramo BV is a company which is constantly delivering value thanks to its team and performance on the market." For more information please visit our website www.bolzonigroup.com or contact: Bolzoni Auramo BV / Robert Lensink Tel.: +31 (0)492-509777 Email: send an email.
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