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Forkwest adds Yale

Wednesday, 18 Sep 2019 ( #941 ) - Bunbury, WA, Australia
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Yale forklifts are now available from Forkwest Bunbury
Forkwest Bunbury has been appointed a Yale forklift dealer.

Yale and Forkwest have the same values and customer focus, therefore they acknowledge the opportunity to intensify their collaboration and go to the next level, according to a Yale statement.

Yale has chosen the Bunbury dealer to achieve its growth ambitions in the southern region of Western Australia, realising that it is vital to establish a local market presence.

Yale is convinced that Forkwest is the right partner for reaching these objectives, says Vinay Nair, regional sales manager - Yale Pacific.

Yale has a 137-year history in materials handling and trades in more than 80 countries.

Forkwest has operated in the Western Australian forklift market for the past 25 years and offers comprehensive materials handling solutions, selling new and used forklifts and providing service and support.
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