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** ADVERTISEMENT ** ARGENTINIAN CRISIS FORCES MASSIVE FORKLIFT SALE


Thursday, 13 Jun 2002 ( #61 )
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Rental fleet managers, forklift dealers and buyers: take note. With the ailing Argentinian economy affecting all businesses, forklift dealer Vialven SA is offering a large number of substantially discounted, new forklifts to the world market. Vialven, founded in 1955, has 2.5 and three-tonne TCM and Hyster forklifts, ready to ship, fitted with Perkins, Isuzu diesel and Nissan gasoline engines. Manufactured in Japan and the USA in 2001, the forklifts have fully-equipped three-stage masts and forks, and are being sold on a first-come, first-served basis, at drastically reduced prices. "Don't miss this unique opportunity," says operations manager Ignacio Lastiri. For more information, email ilastiri@vialven.com.ar, phone +54-11-4301-9378 or fax +54-11-4303-3417, or go to www.vialven.com.ar.
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