NTP moves to big new site in Sydney

NTP moves to big new site in Sydney

NTP Forklifts Australia has officially opened its new Huntingwood, NSW premises.

The new site at 14,590m2 is almost double in size of the former Granville facility, and includes a 7,900m2 undercover warehouse.

The expansion took a mere six weeks of customisation before becoming work ready. This included creating a custom-designed after sales office, an indoor wash bay, 8m high racking and a 1,000m2 parts warehouse.

General manager of NTP Forklifts Australia, Sydney Branch, Greg Sharp said: “A lot of hard work by our staff was required to ensure our new facility would cater to all our customers.”

At the new site NTP Forklifts Australia can display and demonstrate a range of Jungheinrich lithium ion trucks, a range of TCM equipment, the new Manitou MC18 and a range of machines from Kalmar’s new Essential Range.

Managing director Damien Garvey said: “We are very proud to officially open our new Sydney premises and to present our extensive range of world leading material handling equipment to a larger audience. This investment demonstrates our company’s future commitment to our staff, the NSW market and, more importantly, to our growing customer base. We look forward to presenting our market leading technologies, products and aftersales services to our valued customers at our new office.”

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