Preferred supplier agreement signed

Published:  10 March, 2010

Preferred supplier agreement signed

Barloworld Handling has signed a preferred supplier agreement with Combilift, the leading manufacturer of multi-directional lift trucks and sideloaders and will now offer its solutions in the UK to support customers handling long loads such as timber, metals or piping.

Barloworld Handling, one of the largest materials handling suppliers in the UK, will provide sales and nationwide service support for the Combilift brand alongside its comprehensive materials handling portfolio including Hyster forklifts.

Combilift Ltd has become the global leader in the 4-way lift truck and sideloader market thanks, in part, to its flagship product the C-Series.  Designed for the safe and space saving handling of long loads, the multi-directional (4-way) C-series is available with up to 14 tonnes lift capacity, 9.5m lift, a variety of attachments and with diesel, LPG or electric options. 

Combilift manufactures a full range of customised handling solutions for both indoor and outdoor applications. Its products offer efficient solutions for handling long and bulky loads whilst maximising storage space.

Graham Jones, general manager UK sales at Barloworld Handling comments: "The Combilift brand is established as a market leader in the UK 4-way lift truck and sideloader market and Barloworld is delighted to now support its products nationwide”.

Barloworld specialists provide free site surveys and advice on all elements of a materials handling fleet, including service, parts, driver training and fleet management.

For further information please visit: www.barloworld.co.uk

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