Two Florida dealerships may undergo changes

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- 17 Sep 2009 ( #428 ) - Orlando, FL, United States
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Two Florida forklift dealers have unspecified changes pending and, in the meantime, conduct business as usual at slightly reduced volumes owing to the economic slowdown.

Management of Mid-Florida Forklift Inc in Orlando and North Florida Forklift Inc in Jacksonville indicated on 27 August "we are restructuring" and "we are not closing our doors" and on 14 September said "we are still in limbo" without going into details.

A discussion in the forum of Forkliftaction.com News suggested changes for the businesses.

Owners of the two corporations are president James M Hall, executive vice president Nancy J Hall and vice president and sales manager Paul Sutherland. Sutherland is Nancy Hall's son.

The two businesses represent lines from the Nissan Forklift Corp, a business unit of Nissan Motor Co Ltd; the forklift division of Doosan Infracore Co Ltd's North American subsidiary; Moffitt Mounty truck-mounted forklifts from Atlas Polar Co Ltd; and BT Primemover pallet jacks.
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