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Haulotte Group recruits two new members to sales force

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Mark Lockwood and Richard Gannon have joined the sales force of Haulotte Group to service a growing market share in Australia and an expanded range of access equipment and telehandlers, now on offer from Haulotte Group.

In NSW, Mark Lockwood has been appointed Area Sales Manager responsible for the Sydney metropolitan area and NSW regional centres as well as the ACT.

Mark Lockwood is based at Haulotte Group’s branch at Wetherill Park.

Mark Lockwood has experience in hire and rental industry and the access and scaffolding industries. Haulotte Group has introduced a new range of Telehandlers and large- sized booms, which includes the H28 TJ+, suitable for larger fleets and the hire and rental industry.

“Its great to be now working with a dynamic, customer orientated access company like Haulotte, with some very exciting times ahead”, Mark Lockwood said.

In Queensland, Richard Gannon joins Haulotte Group as Sales Representative based at the Brisbane branch of Haulotte Group at Coopers Plains.

With a background in Telehandler sales and agricultural machinery in rural Victoria, Richard Gannon is using that experience to adapt to a different environment in Queensland servicing the key markets of construction and mining.

Richard Gannon has already built a rapidly growing client base and enjoys helping his customers improve their business and solve their problems.

With more than 50 models in the range, Haulottte Group’s access equipment and Telehandler range includes the following:

  • Electric and Diesel scissor lifts (Electric 6 - 12m, Diesel 10-18m)
  • Knuckle Booms (12 - 41m)
  • Telescopic Booms (14 - 43m)
  • Self Propelled Vertical Masts (6 - 10m)
  • Telehandlers (4 tonne - 14 and 17m)
  • Aluminium Pusharound Vertical Masts (7 - 14m)

Haulotte Group has fitted Weight Management System (WMS) throughout its range of booms and scissors for ensuring on-site Occupational, Health and Safety (OH&S). The WMS is designed to protect both the operator and the machine from premature failure due to misuse or abuse.

In-built automated safety systems will shut the machine down if the unit is being operated outside safe recommended operating guidelines covering weight and height.

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