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MultiOne UK announces new dealer partnership

Leading British importer of multifunction loaders MultiOne UK, announces a new dealership in the Cambridgeshire Fens region. With immediate effect, HQ Forklifts Ltd will offer specialist sales, support and service for MultiOne users. Based in Doddington, Cambridgeshire, HQ Forklifts Ltd are well positioned and equipped to support the Cambridgeshire region.

Designed and manufactured in Italy, the MultiOne mini loaders has been sold globally for 18 years by MultiOne SRL who have pioneered a complete range of multifunction loaders with advanced hydraulics, innovative design and Kubota & Yanmar engines.

HQ Forklifts Ltd is a family run materials handling business based in the heart of the Fens in East Anglia. The company prides itself on establishing and maintaining excellent customer relations, giving support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

With five mobile workshop vans, HQ Forklifts Ltd is able to service most types of material handling equipment including the MultiOne, and can already maintain machines within a 50-mile radius of the HQ Forklifts Ltd base. As members of the CFTS (Consolidated Fork Truck Services), HQ are fully qualified to carry out thorough inspections (LOLER) on the full range of MultiOne Mini Loaders, attachments and other material handling equipment.

The HQ Forklifts Ltd sales team are geared to offer on-site non-obligation demonstrations of the MultiOne product and the numerous attachments MultiOne offer to all types of businesses including builders, farmers, nurseries, event companies, landscape gardeners and to any other business that needs to use a small pivot machine in confined spaces

Charlie Marks, managing director at HQ Forklifts Ltd said: “We’re extremely excited to be involved with MultiOne UK and are able to offer machine sales, spot hire and contract hire. We also offer bespoke finance and service packages, to make your life easier.”

Charlie added: “We’ve seen a huge increase of interest from the Equestrian sector following a MultiOne Showcase at Equifest 2017. We’ve recently employed a MultiOne product specialist Victoria Crosbie, who will be promoting the MultiOne to Equestrian Centres in the East Anglian Area.”

This partnership strengthens the MultiOne representation in the North West, which already includes East Midlands, Yorkshire & The Humber, South West England, South East and Northern Ireland.

Steve Hadfield, managing director of MultiOne UK, said: “The MultiOne brand continues to grow rapidly in the UK, and we are excited about this new partnership with HQ Forklifts Ltd and look forward to progressing MultiOne in that area.”

The demand for MultiOne mini loaders has increased over the last 18 months mainly due to the MultiOne unique benefits such as the 170 attachments available; it’s impressive power, performance and the ability to manoeuvre in hard to get places.

The MultiOne range extends over 25 different models offering a wide range of working weights from the 12hp (tipping load of 250kg) of the MultiOne Baby 1 Series to the 78hp (with a max lifting capacity of 2700kg) of the Powerful MultiOne 10 Series.

As with the competition in this sector, the MultiOne offers innovative solutions for those looking to maximize productivity in every industry from agriculture, construction, forestry, maintenance and greencare.

With over 170 attachments available that can be changed within a matter of seconds, it ensures a solution is at hand for every task at a drop of a hat. Dig, Mow, Lift, Mix, Scrape, Carry, Trench, Plough, Grab, Sweep, Wash, Rake, Spray and much much more. Expensive labour costs are also reduced by mechanising a vast array of jobs. Hydraulic quick coupling systems are standard on all loaders providing effortless change over of attachments. This certainly provides One Total Solution. MultiOne was recently voted “Best in Class Tool Carrier” by Farmers Guardian magazine.

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