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New handling equipment service centre for KZN

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MANITOU Southern Africa recently opened a centre in Glen Anil, near Umhlanga, aimed at servicing the KwaZulu-Natal region.

This is the second Manitou Centre n South Africa with the first one having opened in Cape Town in 2017.

“Previously allocated to dealerships in the area, Manitou decided that in order to have a strong focus on the KZN market and to reach the potential of this market, it was time to expand their Manitou Centres into this region to extend a dedicated service to our customers,” said Sales Director Stephen McGregor.

The centres serve as a support function for the Manitou brand, focussing on machine and parts sales, technical queries as well as servicing and maintenance. “Through this dedicated centre, Manitou’s rapid response team ensures the quickest possible response 24/7, 365 days a year.”

Machine ranges includes conventional and rough terrain forklifts, telehandlers with a choice of many attachments, access platforms, skid steer and backhoe loaders as well as warehousing equipment.

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