28/10/2015 - 16:22 pm

Hyundai celebrates brand growth in USA

More than 100 representatives from Hyundai Forklift’s North American dealer network gathered recently in Atlanta for an event designed to celebrate the brand’s growth in North America and to provide dealers with a closer look at recently introduced electric, internal combustion and diesel forklift truck models.

Chuck Leone, vice president of Hyundai Forklift said, “Our forklift dealer base is growing steadily, and many of the salespeople who participated in the event are new to our brand. This event provided a unique opportunity for us to build long-lasting relationships with our dealer sales force and to further support their selling efforts.”

The two-day dealer conference featured educational sessions on topics intended to help dealers better serve their Hyundai customers, a tour of Hyundai Forklift’s North American headquarters in Norcross, Georgia, and a detailed introduction to all the new Hyundai forklift products dealers can now offer their customers.

Hyundai Forklift dealers also had the opportunity to “get current” and operate representative forklift models, including the Hyundai 13BTR-9, 20BT-9, 25BC-9, 30BC-9, 18B-9 and 30BH-9 electric trucks; the all-new Hyundai 25D-9 and 30D-9 diesel trucks; and the Hyundai 80D-9 and 180D-9 diesel forklift trucks.

“We are providing our dealers with the essential tools and information they need to communicate to their customers the solid value delivered by our comprehensive line of Hyundai Forklift products,” Leone said. “As the face of the Hyundai Forklift brand and our trusted advocates in the marketplace, our dealer partners are excited about the direction we are headed, and we are very appreciative of their continued support and loyalty.”

Hyundai Forklift manufactures a full line of material handling solutions. Backed by Hyundai Heavy Industries, a leading global corporation, the company has expanded its lift truck product line in North America in recent years. All Hyundai forklift models are backed by a standard three-year/4000-hour total truck warranty.

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