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Jungheinrich expands network to Serbia

Thursday, 5 Jul 2018 ( #879 ) - Hamburg, Germany
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Lars Brzoska
Having set up its own direct sales companies in Colombia, Peru and Ecuador in early 2018, Jungheinrich continues to expand its direct sales network.

Jungheinrich has acquired the business of its Serbian dealer, DunaV Export-Import D.O.O. In the process, it has set up its own sales company and taken over the staff and assets.

The company says the move is "consistent with the implementation of its international growth strategy".

Lars Brzoska, board of management member responsible for marketing and sales, says: "With the addition of Serbia, Jungheinrich now has its own sales companies in 40 countries around the world. Jungheinrich is already the market leader in Serbia and we want to keep it that way.

"We are consistently developing our global site network in line with our group strategy in order to make even greater use of the local market potential. This enables us to offer our customers improved on-site support by way of local customer services and ensures spare part availability in their own country."

Jungheinrich acquired a dealership in Malaysia and took the majority stake in NTP Forklifts in Australia in 2015, before establishing a sales division in Chile, South America's third-largest materials handling equipment market, when it took over the assets and staff of Spitec Renta Lift.
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