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Lencrow supplies new forklifts to chemical supplier

Thursday, 3 Oct 2013 ( #636 ) - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Lencrow has supplied a range of EP equipment to Albright & Wilson.
Lencrow, forklift supplier to Albright & Wilson for the past five years, has changed the chemical manufacturer’s materials handling equipment to the EP brand from China.

Hire manager Ross Smith says the quality of the equipment, which Lencrow has imported since 2003, has been impressive. "We knew EP would offer both the performance required as well as the ability to keep to a tight budget.

"The units have been operating on their Sydney site for over six months now and are costing less to run than the last brand we supplied."

Joanne Smith, purchasing officer for Albright & Wilson, says the company has used Lencrow for many years and have been impressed with its recommendations and service. "The option this time of the EP product offered us new units at a considerable saving over other brands."

The seven forklifts supplied comprise 2,500 kg units with container masts and side-shifting fork positioners fitted. The company also required one flame-proof unit and the flame-proofing was done in Australia to ensure compliance to local requirements.

"The new units have been well accepted by the staff and tick all the safety requirements on our site," says Merv Staines, maintenance manager.
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