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Bolzoni names new rep in Chile

Wednesday, 3 Apr 2019 ( #917 ) - Piacenza, Italy
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Vittorio Lucchini
Italian attachments maker Bolzoni has parted ways with its Chilean distributor, Anval, and named an employee to represent its Bolzoni Auramo and Meyer brands.

Anval has been Bolzoni’s sole representative in Chile for 12 years.

The company has confirmed that Michel Bulat Uhart will take over representation in Chile.

According to a company statement, Uhart has significant experience and knowledge of the materials handling industry and "will be able to provide highly qualified consultancy for the optimum logistics solutions for customer-specific applications".

Uhart will also be responsible for the co-ordination of service and after-sales back-up to customers on site and will also supply spare parts.

The statement stresses that the new representative, with the support of the group headquarters and production facilities, will continue and extend the valued business co-operation with all customers in the Chilean market.

Bolzoni export sales manager Vittorio Lucchini tells Forkliftaction News the company is planning to expand its direct presence in Chile. "We are … structuring ourselves step by step, but the plan is to be fully structured with sales and after-sales support and stocks of fast-running attachments and spare parts."
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