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New Manitou dealer in NSW


Thursday, 9 Apr 2009 ( #405 ) - South Granville, New South Wales, Australia
Local News Story
Manitou Australia has signed a long-term distribution agreement with BT Equipment of South Granville to handle the sales and service of Manitou products in New South Wales with immediate effect.  

Products include telescopic handlers with capacities up to 21,000kg and lift heights to 30 metres; forklifts, including rough-terrain models; access equipment and truck-mounted forklifts.

Manitou Australia general manager Stuart Walker says BT Equipment has a wealth of experience. "With the support of Manitou Australia’s Sydney-based national head office and centre infrastructure, NSW customers are assured of the on-going support that they require, especially in the current climate."
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