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Strong business recovery for Haulotte China

Strong business recovery for Haulotte China

While the construction equipment sector has been heavily affected by the COVID-19 outbreak in most countries, the manufacturing companies resumed working in China. The Haulotte Chinese subsidiary is getting busier and busier with machine deliveries to meet customers demand.


Flying start for Haulotte China’s economic activity
According to the National Development and Reform Commission of the People’s Republic of China (NDRC), 90% of key projects have resumed construction in China during the last week of March. With construction resuming, the Haulotte subsidiary is redoubling its efforts to deliver mobile elevating work platforms all across the country while taking the full anti-epidemic measures. «We are prepared to handle the rising demand and will provide a premium service for our customers» said Tim Mo, Marketing manager at Haulotte Shanghai.

 

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