Barloworld expands hire fleet

Maidenhead, UK: Barloworld Handling has added 150 forklift trucks to its short term hire fleet includingover 100 Hyster Fortens lift trucks and 30 Hyster electric warehousing trucks.

Barloworld reports strong demand across all sectors of industry from customers looking to supplement their core forklift fleet with additional units at peak times.

Mark Ward, UK commercial asset manager, Barloworld Handling says:  “We have seen steady growth in our short term hire business requiring a further investment to increase stock levels and ensure customers continue to have access to the widest range of materials handling equipment.”

“We help businesses save money and operate more effectively with smaller core fleets which draw on short term hire units to cover seasonal peaks,” Ward says. “To do this effectively requires a strong partner such as Barloworld that can supply a complete range of reliable quality equipment at short notice on flexible contracts.”

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