Doosan’s Highest Award Of Excellence Goes To Wisconsin Lift TruckThursday, June 6, 2013
Doosan Industrial Vehicle America Corp., a worldwide leader in the manufacturing and distribution of heavy and compact industrial products, awarded Wisconsin Lift Truck their top “Diamond” award for sales achievements for 2012. The Diamond Award is judged on performance and only a select few have attained this achievement among the 80 dealers in North America.
“We are greatly honored to be a recipient of the Diamond Award as it represents not only our high sales achievements but also the teamwork displayed by both Wisconsin Lift Truck and Doosan,” said Jerry Weidmann, president of Wisconsin Lift Truck. “Working in tandem produces the best successes, the ones where our customers’ challenges are addressed and solutions are found,” continued Weidmann. “Doosan has earned a national reputation for delivering world-class quality and building equipment with durability, ease of maintenance, comfort and fuel efficiency – all key elements not only desired by companies today, but demanded,” Weidmann added. “We count on Doosan to be a great partner in the material handling industry by continuing to develop innovative products at competitive prices,” stated Weidmann.
Wisconsin Lift Truck Corp. (www.wisconsinlift.com) is a full service material handling distributor, and part of the material handling arm of the Wolter Group, which includes Wolter Material Handling (www.woltermh.com) and Illinois Material Handling (www.imhlifts.com). The Wolter Group delivers superior service to over 15,000 customers in its three-state service area, and the cornerstone of their success is its highly trained staff of over 330 employees with an average tenure of 16 years of service.
Other Wolter Group companies include Wolter Power Systems, which specializes in new industrial engines and generator sales, service and parts; Contractor Equipment Services, which offers new and used sales, service parts and rentals of construction and aerial equipment, sweepers and scrubbers; and Fleet Services, which offers ways to improve fleet performance to reduce the cost of material handling.
For more information, contact Kristin Carey, at Wisconsin Lift Truck Corp.; Phone 262-781-8011 X3145; Fax: 262-783-0729; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgView all Industry News