Thursday 8th May 2008
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AB Equipment will be supplying PPCS's 20 production warehousing sites across the country and all forklifting services for the 267-strong fleet. AP Equipment will also provide PPCS's short-term rental requirements in seasonal peaks of increased demand.
AB Equipment chief executive Stephen Antunovich said, "The high productivity, safety features and ergonomics of the Toyota forklifts coupled with our nationwide branch network and highly skilled technicians has given PPCS confidence that AB Equipment will significantly lower the life cycle cost of the PPCS forklift fleet."
Hellaby Holdings chief executive John Williamson says securing the new contract demonstrates the strength of AB Equipment and reflects positively on the overall group.
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