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Haulotte’s China factory turns 10

Wednesday, 7 Aug 2019 ( #935 ) - Changzhou, China
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Haulotte staff celebrate 10 years in Changzhou
Haulotte recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Changzhou factory in Jiangsu Province, China.

Initially intended to serve the Chinese domestic market, the plant now manufactures and exports electric scissor lifts, vertical masts and articulating booms to the Asia Pacific, Europe and the United States.

The factory witnessed and supported China’s aerial work platform industry growth and qualitative changes.

"Haulotte has always believed in the Chinese market," recalls Haulotte COO Patrice Métairie. "We will continue to invest and face the challenges in China."

Haulotte’s goal is to increase and diversify its production in China in order to match the expansion of the Asian market, Métairie adds.

Almost 220 people attended the commemoration of the anniversary, among them Changzhou Xinbei District officials, Haulotte’s APAC teams, Changzhou factory employees, suppliers and customers.
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