LTECH opens new depot in Urals

By Maria Hadlow24 February 2012

Russia's LTECH-Lifting Technology, has opened a new depot in Yekaterinburg, Ural Federal District.

Yekaterinburg is one of the largest industrial centres in Russia and LTECH plans to supply the region with lifting equipment giving special attention to industrial complexes along and infrastructure projects.

LTECH's president Mikhail Malvinskiy said, "[The] new depot in Yekaterinburg - is one more step in realising a long lasting strategy of forming a reliable and developed network of LTECH depots all over Russia . LTECH-Ural will provide contemporary European equipment not only to local construction sites, warehouses, shopping and entertainment complexes, but numerous industrial projects as well."

LTECH plans to expand its geographical presence anticipating opening new depots in cities with population of more than a million people in the near future. The company says this is partly driven by the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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