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PPC De Hoek extends partnership with Linde Forklifts

4x7-D’s that were recently delivered to PPC de Hoek - testament to the partnership between PPC and Linde.  (Left Shelldon Uys/Branch Manager : Linde CT; Elzet van Jaarsveld/Area Sales Manager : Linde CT; Rodney Campher : Despatch Manager, PPC and Frank Scheun : Operations Trainer, PPC.) 4x7-D’s that were recently delivered to PPC de Hoek - testament to the partnership between PPC and Linde. (Left Shelldon Uys/Branch Manager : Linde CT; Elzet van Jaarsveld/Area Sales Manager : Linde CT; Rodney Campher : Despatch Manager, PPC and Frank Scheun : Operations Trainer, PPC.)

5 years have passed since the Linde H70D were delivered to the PPC de Hoek site and in this time, combined with our virtually maintenance-free direct hydrostatic drive which played a major part in the reduction of tyre wear, resulted in the first tyres only being replaced after 8000hrs of use.

Linde Material Handling’s virtually maintenance-free direct hydrostatic drive delivers seamless acceleration, reversing and precision load handling. In fact, there simply isn’t a better alternative to Linde forklifts’ unique engine and transmission combination. Others have tried, but after 50 years of continual improvement, Linde engineers have elevated their hydrostatic drive system to a level of performance which puts it in a class of its own.

The cost efficiency of Linde forklifts is also enhanced by many features built into every model, including exceptional ergonomics which minimise operator fatigue and hence the risk of accidental damage and by durability

Linde is proud to be a supplier of PPC de Hoek and congratulate them on receiving their 4 x H70D 396 Series fork trucks.

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