Niftylift invests in Australasia

02 April 2008

Niftylift has invested further in the Australian and New Zealand market by opening a purpose built premises in Tomago, near Newcastle, New South Wales. The investment was prompted by seven years of steady growth, and will allow Niftylift to carry more stock of its trailer mounted and self propelled lifts and speed up deliveries to its Australian and New Zealand customers. Niftylift told Access International that it expects to make similar announcements this year about new facilities in South Africa and New Zealand. Meanwhile, joining Niftylift's Australian operation as sales manager in the New South Wales area is Peter Slack (pictured left with Niftylift's managing director, John Keely, centre, and Tim Ward, UK sales manager.)

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