Skyjack signs new dealer agreement

By Lindsey Anderson17 October 2008

Skyjack and Pape Material Handling finalized a partnership recently for Pape to carry the complete VR telehandler line from Skyjack. Pape is located in Eugene, OR with 24 locations throughout the mostly Western US.

After recently acquiring IR Material Handling Equipment from Volvo, Skyjack now has waxed a partnership with Pape to carry the VR line from 6,000 to 10,000 pounds with lifting heights from 42 to 56 feet. "The Pape organization has proudly represented the highest quality equipment for 70 years," said Chris Wetle, Pape Material Handling president. "This agreement continues this tradition and allows us to continue exceeding the needs of our customers throughout the West."

"We are very excited to align ourselves and partner with such a solid and well-established support network that Pape can provide its customers," said Dave Bristow, vice president, telehandler sales for Skyjack.

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