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Manitou announces new distributor in Tassie


Thursday, 1 Aug 2013 ( #627 ) - Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
Local News Story
David Mills, sales and business manager of the FRM network.
Manitou Australia, a subsidiary of the Manitou group, has appointed FRM as its new Tasmanian distributor for its rough-terrain handling range and Gehl compact equipment range of skid steer loaders, track loaders and articulated loaders.

David Mills, sales and business manager of the FRM network, sees the partnership with Manitou as an opportunity to enter new markets, via the extensive range of the Gehl and Manitou products.

Manitou says FRM’s strong branch network in Tasmania, with locations in Launceston, Hobart and Devonport, will enable it to reinforce its position in the state.
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