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Haulotte UK moves into new premises

Wednesday, 1 May 2019 ( #921 ) - Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
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Haulotte's expanded Wolverhampton facility
Haulotte UK has moved into a new building in Wolverhampton.

The British subsidiary is now ideally based less than 45 minutes from Birmingham Airport, just off the M6 Motorway.

The premises span 3,500 sqm and will deliver equipment throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The new building provides much-needed extra crane and repair capacity. It will help the British subsidiary to serve customers more quickly, according to general manager Natalie Reynolds.

Reynolds says the move "will benefit Haulotte UK customers by offering much larger inventory for quick deliveries along with a dedicated training area to enable our customers to be fully skilled and confident in the technology and innovations of our machines".

Haulotte UK currently has 20 employees, with recruitment already under way to expand the sales and service teams.
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