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Gough supplies range of forklifts

Thursday, 30 Jul 2009 ( #421 ) - Auckland, New Zealand
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Gough supplied a new compact 18-tonne capacity Hyster machine with a special factory carriage unique to Port Nelson's requirements.
New Zealand forklift supplier Gough Materials Handling has delivered a range of forklifts recently.

Earlier this month, the company supplied South Port with a new Hyster 48 tonne container handler with a dedicated 20/40 top-lift attachment and the ability to stack laden 20ft and 40ft containers up to five high.

Sales manager Jason Manak says the forklift is supplied standard with a safety speed control system relative to lift height and load conditions.

Also in July, the company supplied boat builder Rayglass Boats with a new Hyster forklift to handle the large and heavy moulds used during the manufacturing process.

Last month, Gough supplied Port Nelson with a new compact 18-tonne capacity Hyster machine with a special factory carriage unique to Port Nelson's requirements.

"The cab is state-of-the-art with operator comfort, safety and great visibility a feature.  Almost every functional item in the cab is adjustable to cater for the requirements of all operators. An engine and transmission protection system is a standard feature of this Hyster forklift," says Manak.

Port Nelson has also taken delivery of two new ELME 20 / 40 top lift dedicated spreaders from Gough.
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