Haulotte started building new headquarter premises in Dandenong South, Australia, near Melbourne, Victoria.
Work got underway on the greenfield site in June, with completion scheduled for November this year.
The modern new facilities will feature 550 square metres of office space, 3,000 square metres of warehousing/workshops and 5,300 square metres of yard space.
Haulotte chief executive Alexandre Saubot kicked off the construction project with a first sod turn ceremony and said: “Australia is key to our worldwide growth strategy. We are celebrating 20 years in Australia and look forward to the next 20 years in our new sales & service subsidiary”.
Keith Clarke, general manager of Haulotte Australia added: “the new building will hold a larger inventory and will allow the subsidiary to better cater to its clients’ logistical demands. It will be enable us to deliver safe and innovative elevating work platforms and telehandlers all over Australia and New Zealand more quickly. The large repair workshop will help our technical experts provide complete diagnostics and perform heavy repairs or machines refurbishments on site.”
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