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Gough rolls out forklift fleet upgrade


Thursday, 22 Jul 2010 ( #471 ) - Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand
Local News Story
Gough Materials Handling GM Darren Allen (left) with Greg Miller, Toll NZ Group general manager.
New Zealand-based Gough Materials Handling is upgrading Toll’s national fleet of forklifts, with the roll-out expected to be completed by September 2010.

The company has a long-term relationship with the logistics giant, dating back to 2001, which resulted in GMH supplying some 64 new machines ranging in size from 2.5t to 5t capacity to Toll Distribution.

"The GMH team is extremely happy to continue our relationship with Toll," says Darren Allen, general manager of Gough Materials Handling.

"We look forward to building on the high-quality Hyster handling solutions and service standards we have established over the past nine years."
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