We would like to invite you to see the very latest doosan models at the 2010 IMHX Materials Handling show at the NEC (November 16th - 19th). Doosan have the second largest stand at the show and will be exhibiting the latest eyecatching models and running an exicting display of football skills from World 'Keepy-Uppy' Champion, Dan Magness...
IMHX will be the first opportunity for many in the UK to see the breadth of the Doosan product range, and the first time the smaller 1.5 to 2.0 tonnes economy GX models are on show.
Meanwhile a display of value added features, such as integral sideshift, high performance engines, and operator sensing - all Doosan Pro-5 models – will appeal to the fleet user. Visitors will also see examples from Doosan’s own utility vehicle market leader Bobcat, Doosan Babcock (now called Doosan Power Systems), Marine Engines and CNC Machine Tools.
Having recently unveiled a new £500,000 forklift Parts Distribution Centre in Northampton, the company has demonstrated it is investing strongly in the UK. Together with the 13,000 square foot warehouse, integrated computer system and stockholding, the company has recruited a number of new staff to liaise with UK customers and parts centres in Korea and Belgium.
Four new options packs have also been announced. Productivity Pack; productivity can be improved with new onboard weigh scales; Operator Pack: Drivers can be treated to their own pack incuding Doosan Jacket, Polo Shirt and cap; the Tough Pack bolsters the trucks already renowned sturdy performance whilst the Safety Pack permits truck operation only with the hi-visibility orange seatbelt engaged.
One key recent development was the establishing of a warehouse equipment manufacturing plant in Germany, giving the business its first range of order pickers, stackers and pallet trucks. The latest addition to the range is a new ride on pallet truck, the LEDH20MP. The Doosan warehouse range has been designed to mirror the company’s no-nonsense counterbalance range, with heavy duty components and the proven technology inherited by the company when it acquired ATL in 2008.