Landmark gets a new lift

A new forklift fleet is expected to lift operational and cost efficiency at agribusiness company Landmark.

The fleet renewal project will be undertaken by Adapt-A-Lift Forklift Rentals and Sales, engaged by the rural company as its forklift and materials handing supplier.

Under the agreement, Landmark will replace its current materials handling equipment with a fleet of new equipment at over 250 sites across Australia.

The decision follows Landmark

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