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TVH's new project: sales of second-hand access equipment


Thursday, 29 Jul 2004 ( #168 )
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TVH wants to become European leader in used access equipment. This new department is headed by Philippe Parmentier, who is responsible for sales and purchasing. TVH will only focus on products that comply with the most current CE-standards. TVH stocks only top-of-the-range brands with the best price/quality ratio, including Genie, Grove, JLG, Upright, Niftylift and Aichi. There are always at least 100 second-hand machines in stock in our new premises in Waregem. TVH offers a large assortment of scissorlifts, articulating boomlifts, telescopic boomlifts (even on tracks) and trailermounted lifts.
This addition to the already existing vast range once more emphasizes the "One Stop Shop" principle of TVH.
 
 
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