Doosan Keeps Manufacturing In Motion At MACH 2018.

13 March, 18

Doosan, the leading manufacturer of robust high performance forklift trucks, will be exhibiting at MACH 2018 (hall 6, stand H6-150), the UK’s premier manufacturing technologies exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham, 9-13 April 2018.

On the stand will be Doosan’s B30X-7 3 tonne electric counterbalance forklift truck – a representative example of Doosan’s extensive range of over 200 models of counterbalance, reach and warehouse trucks, with capacities spanning 1.3 to 25 tonne, over power sources of electric, gas and diesel. All the mechanical muscle needed to keep UK’s manufacturing businesses in motion.

Paul Watson, UK Sales Director for Doosan, says: “Manufacturing is one of our strongest industrial markets. We support businesses across a range of applications, from heavy duty handling tasks in harsh environments such as foundries, brick works and paper mills, to busy factory spaces where manoeuvrability, precision and smooth operation are key requirements.”

He adds: “This is an important show for the manufacturing sector and we’re delighted to have the opportunity to engage with businesses on ways of driving productivity and performance in their material handling operations.”

Doosan Industrial Vehicles is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of forklift trucks. As an important part of the $21 billion global Doosan Group – a conglomerate with a 120-year history – the forklift truck division has the extensive resources needed to lead in product design, performance, ergonomics, energy and safety.

Visitors to the show fortunate enough to receive a Doosan Lucky Envelope will have the chance to win one of a number of prizes from the Doosan stand.

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