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Yale Spanish dealers merge


Wednesday, 6 Nov 2019 ( #948 ) - Valencia, Spain
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Yale Europe Materials Handling dealers Hispaman and Dynamo Eco Manutención have combined forces in Spain to form Grupo Dynamo Hispaman.

The merger of the two companies offers Yale customers a streamlined service and one point of contact for all their materials handling needs.

Grupo Dynamo Hispaman aims to establish an extensive network of sales and aftersales support across Spain, providing tailor-made solutions to customers as a reliable and trusted partner.

Grupo Dynamo Hispaman will offer a wide range of sales, rental and aftersales services for Yale forklifts and warehouse equipment. With an experienced, qualified and widespread network and a comprehensive stock of spare parts, customer satisfaction is central to the company’s operations.

Michael Ganem, area business director for Southern Europe at Yale, says the merger will offer customers the combined expertise of two knowledgeable Yale partners "as well as the reliable service and customer focus they have come to expect".

Hispaman joined the extensive Yale dealer network as the exclusive sales and services partner in Madrid Oeste, Ávila, Segovia, Toledo Oeste and Ciudad Real Oeste. Boasting over 25 years of experience in the materials handling sector, the company brings a dedicated service department and fleet of over 300 rental trucks to the partnership.

Dynamo Group began its relationship with Yale as exclusive distributor for the brand in Valencia. The company has continued to grow over the years, expanding its territory to cover Albacete, Alicante, Almería, Alava, Asturias, Baleares, Bizkaia, Burgos, Cantabria, Castellón, Granada, Huesca, Teruel, La Rioja, Leon, Navarra, Soria, Valencia and Zaragoza.

Jose Manuel Loeches, the group financial director at Grupo Dynamo Hispaman, says: "We’re delighted to continue with our partnership with Yale following our merger. Grupo Dynamo Hispaman offers customers over 30 years of expertise in the materials handling industry. Now, we can tap into our combined insights and understanding of industry challenges to offer Yale customers a streamlined service, with expert service and maintenance support. We look forward to working with both customers and new prospects to show them how the proven reliability of Yale solutions can help them to enhance their productivity."

"Yale and Grupo Dynamo Hispaman share the same vision in terms of our commitment to deliver high-quality products, low lifetime cost of ownership and outstanding customer satisfaction to customers in our region. The merging of our companies to form Grupo Dynamo Hispaman is an exciting business development for us both," he adds.
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