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MCFA appoints NEIT

Wednesday, 17 Jul 2019 ( #932 ) - Houston, TX, United States
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NEIT's headquarters in Wilmington
Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA) has appointed New England Industrial Truck Inc. (NEIT) to represent its three brands, Cat and Mitsubishi forklifts and Jungheinrich warehouse products, in the New England territory of Maine, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, the eastern half of New Hampshire and Northern Vermont.

NEIT supports customers through two facilities – its newly opened headquarters in Wilmington, Massachusetts and Saco, Maine.

"NEIT has been a longstanding and trusted partner to the materials handling industry for more than 60 years," says John Sneddon, vice president for sales and marketing at MCFA. "Their experience with MCFA’s world-class brands and their commitment to total customer satisfaction allows for a seamless transition for our customers."

NEIT was founded in 1952 by Robert E. Krueger and today, the full-service forklift dealership prides itself on having a strong work ethic that has fostered the development of solid partnerships.

"Loyal users of Cat lift trucks, Mitsubishi forklift trucks and Jungheinrich warehouse products can rest assured that the NEIT team is well prepared to carry on the longstanding tradition of excellence and dependability they have come to expect from our products," says Sneddon.

NEIT is owned by UniCarriers and, in addition to MCFA brands, sells and services Big Joe, Princeton, Genie and Motrec equipment.
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