Pop-Up appoints Leach Lewis as distribution partner

23 June 2010

Left to right: Peter Sayers, commercial director of Leach Lewis; Martin Cheese, sales manager at Pop

Left to right: Peter Sayers, commercial director of Leach Lewis; Martin Cheese, sales manager at Pop-Up; Peter Whittall, Leach Lewis managing director; and Paul Gallacher, sales director for Pop-Up, a

Manufacturer of low-level access equipment, Pop-Up Products Ltd, has appointed a new distributor for Southern England.

Leach Lewis Industrial, the new sales division of Leach Lewis Plant Ltd, will be responsible for sales into the end user market of both the Pop-Up and Pop-Up+ push-around scissor lifts. Leach Lewis will also offer the new Pop-Up PUSH series when it goes into production later this year.

Nigel Woodger, Managing Director of Pop-Up Products, said, "We have very successfully targeted the major equipment rental companies with Pop-Up over the past four years.

"This partnership with Leach Lewis, which has a really strong base in the South of England, will develop further new sales channels for Pop-Up, particularly to end users."

Leach Lewis already has a fully trained specialist low level access sales and customer support team. The company has also invested in demonstration models to assist in developing new sales opportunities.

The company will be supported by Pop-Up's product manager and the nationwide spare parts service already provided by IPS.

Peter Whittall, managing director of Leach Lewis, said: "Pop-Up will really enhance our industrial product range of access and materials handling equipment.

"Leach Lewis has a very discerning customer base. This partnership with Pop-Up is part of our ongoing strategy to provide our customers with the highest quality equipment.

"Once you have experienced Pop-Up first hand, you really understand the safety and productivity benefits it brings. So we are investing in a large demo fleet to show all our customers how these machines can add value to their business."

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