Aichi aims for $20m in 2007

15 April 2008

At the Rental Show, from left, are Mac M Fujimoto (Aichi USA president), Alan Dotts (manager) and Ja

At the Rental Show, from left, are Mac M Fujimoto (Aichi USA president), Alan Dotts (manager) and James E Jones Jr (truck sales and transportation manager).

Aichi USA Inc has set itself a target of US$20 million in sales during its first full year of operation in the US. That would mean sales of around 200 self–propelled tracked machines as well as truck mounted platform shipments.

Alan Dotts, manager of Aichi USA Inc, said in Atlanta that the company will be selling 40 ft, 60 ft and 70 ft (12.2 m, 18.3 m and 21.3 m) tracked telescopic models; “I think we've got a corner of the market – 40 ft and 70 ft tracked machines that nobody has.”

The company will also sell truck mounted models, initially imported complete from Japan, and will be cooperating in sales with General Motors and Isuzu Commercial Truck (GMICT).

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