Yale boosts sales, service and rental in NSW and VIC

Yale boosts sales, service and rental in NSW and VIC

Hyster-Yale Asia-Pacific managing director Tony Fagg.

The Hyster-Yale Group is strengthening its Yale sales, service and supply operations in NSW and VIC by expanding its partnership with the Adaptalift Group.

This enhanced relationship will create a stronger and more diverse sales and rental offering and provide a comprehensive product range and aftermarket service to customers, the companies say.

Hyster-Yale Asia-Pacific managing director Tony Fagg says the new Adaptalift-Yale operation extends the existing long-term relationship between Adaptalift and Hyster-Yale, which combines the local expertise of family owned Adaptalift with the support of global Hyster-Yale resources to meet all the material handling needs of its customers.

“Adaptalift will deliver a comprehensive, structured and responsive sales approach to support retail, fleet and global account customers,” said Mr Fagg. “Its expansive service organisation extends the quality and service standards that Yale customers expect from a trusted global brand in the materials handling market.”

Through rapid and continuous growth, Adaptalift is a privately owned and operated forklift distribution company that has grown to a nationwide fleet of approximately 10,500 units. With over 38 years’ experience in the materials handling industry, Adaptalift has built a reputation for total commitment to customer service – a commitment that will be extended to benefit the new Yale dealerships, said Adaptalift general manager – sales Lindsay Whiffen.

Adaptalift has established Yale branches at its Melbourne Head Office, its Truganina facility in West Melbourne, and its NSW State Office in Wetherill Park.

Yale materials handling equipment includes lift trucks, reach trucks, pantographs, order pickers, turret trucks, pallet trucks, walkie trucks and end-rider pallet trucks used globally by logistics, materials handling, warehousing, retail, food and beverage, automotive and transport operations, agribusiness and primary industry, paper and packaging and industrial plants.

 

 

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