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Thursday, 13 Jul 2006 ( #268 )
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Associated-Allied's new warehouse opening ceremony.
Associated-Allied expands in Indiana

Raymond forklift dealer Associated-Allied has expanded its Indiana presence with a new office and warehouse in Marion County.

The 30,000 square foot (2,787 square metre) facility is in the Ameriplex Business Park.
Company president Michael Romano paid tribute to Associated-Allied’s Indiana employees for their commitment and hard work at the facility’s opening last month.

Yale honours 14 dealers
GREENVILLE, NC, United States

Yale Materials Handling Corp has given dealer of excellence awards to its 14 top performing dealers at the 12th annual awards ceremony in Half Moon Bay, California.

Yale claims to have the world’s most comprehensive dealer network. Each year, dealers who achieve ambitious goals for customer satisfaction, dealer performance, general management, truck sales, short-term rental, aftermarket sales, and parts and service operations are recognised with awards.
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