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Thursday, 14 Jul 2005 ( #217 )
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Inauguration of HMK 300 E, first Gottwald mobile harbour crane for Bulgaria
Gottwald delivers crane to Bulgarian port

Gottwald Port Technology has delivered its first mobile harbour crane to the Bulgarian Black Sea port of Varna.

A company statement said the 100-tonne HMK 300 E crane would operate at the Port of Varna West container terminal, one of three multi-purpose ports operated by the Port of Varna plc. Varna is a fast-growing economic centre for Bulgaria. The cost was unavilable.

English distributors join Doosan-Daewoo network
POOLE, England

Derek Martin, centre, with Doosan Infracore's Kun H Lee and Paul Watson
Poole-based Champion Materials Handling has become the first new dealer to join the nationwide Doosan-Daewoo dealer network following Doosan's USD1.7 billion purchase of a controlling stake in Korea's Daewoo forklift manufacturing division.

Champion distributes forklifts to England's Dorset and south-coast regions.

Bristol-based supplier of forklifts, racking and other industrial services, On3, has been awarded exclusive distribution rights for the new Doosan-Daewoo forklift brand in England's south-west region.

Hoist opens UK parts depot
BRISTOL, England

Hoist Companies has established a spare parts warehouse in Bristol to give better support to its United Kingdom and European dealers and customers, a company statement said.
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