Doosan, the leading manufacturer of robust high-performance forklift trucks, will be exhibiting at LAMMA 19 (hall 18, stand 516), the UK’s top farm machinery, equipment and services show, to be held at the NEC in Birmingham, 8th- 9th January 2019.
On the stand will be four of Doosan’s latest feature-rich forklift trucks – a D30S 3 tonne counterbalance, a B15T-7 three-wheel electric counterbalance, a 2.5 tonne capacity hand pallet truck and a D35C-7 3.5 tonne diesel counterbalance truck. These are just representative examples of the manufacturer’s extensive range of over 200 models of counterbalance, reach and warehouse trucks, with capacities spanning 1.3 to 25 tonnes, over power sources of electric, gas and diesel. Everything the agricultural sector needs in terms of handling performance to keep busy farms productive.
As a special show promotion, a fully refurbished Doosan D30S 3 tonne counterbalance forklift truck will be sold – along with a full-service agreement – at a ‘one-off’ special discounted price.
Paul Watson, UK Commercial Director for Doosan, says: “Farming is a tough business and demands equally tough materials handling equipment. We have a strong, robust range of heavy lifting trucks capable of meeting the diverse needs of the agricultural sector – from handling heavy pieces of farm equipment and IBCs, to loading / unloading vehicles. Our industry leading Doosan G2 diesel engine delivers the power to get the job done and our electric heavy-lifting counterbalance trucks are just as able.”
He adds: “This is an important show for the agricultural sector and we’re delighted to have the opportunity to engage with farming 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.