Four 393 Evo Linde Forklift Trucks were recently delivered to the Nampak Glass facility located in Roodekop.
The quiet revolution of the H35 Evo truck was chosen for this brand new warehouse, because of its low consumption, low wear, low pollutant and noise emissions which all come as standard. It offers the usual Linde innovative technology and saves unnecessarily high operating costs. Basil Ray of Linde Material Handling met with Keeran Motilal and Ashley Sarawan to hand over their brand new trucks.
"We are extremely proud to be associated with Nampak and we are looking forward to a long and mutually beneficial business partnership," Ray said.
Linde has also enjoyed a long standing relationship with Vector Logistics for some 15 years. Vector Logistics who are a specialised frozen third part logistics service provider have facilities throughout the country. Nationally, their Linde fleet consists of around 63 trucks. Excellent quality of the Linde trucks, as well as the added professional service that Linde Durban provide the Vector Logistics KZN Branch, prompted them to add to this fleet. Chappy Moodley, Branch Manager in KZN and his team were on hand to present the two new E14 – 386 trucks.
Left to Right: Michael Burns (Linde Regional Sales Manager: KZN;) Chappy Moodley (Linde Branch Manager: KZN;) Kevin Chetty (Linde Product Support;) Nishal Ramavather (DC Manager: Vector Logistics;) Henry Barry (OPS Manager: Vector Logistics.)