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A big step forward for Soosung Lift in 2010


Thursday, 13 Aug 2009 ( #423 )
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Since 1973, Soosung has been a leading Korean manufacturer of materials handling equipment, with a specialization in eco-friendly battery-driven equipment.  By using top quality steel and thoroughly tested components, Soosung maintains SAFETY as Top Priority.


In the lead-up to 2010, Soosung is enhancing its range with a new-look forklift series.
  • New Design
    Starting at the end of 2009, we will introduce new models: SWR, SWC, SWS, SBR, SST, SPT, etc.

  • New Model  
    AC-powered equipment is available for the SBF, SBR, SWR,SWC and SWP models.
    High Masted Model SDR is under development for a working height of 8 to 12 metres.

  • New Product line
    Soosung is eager to diversify its product lines to give a Total Solution. Cleaning Equipment will debut at the beginning of 2010.
Contact Info.
Victor Kim
Sales Manager
673-18 Seo-Gu, Gyeongseo-Dong, 404-170, Incheon, Korea (South)
E-mail: soosung@soosung.com
Web site: www.soosung.com
Tel: +82-32-820-5133  Fax:  +82-32-584-5162


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