Fork lift truck manufacturer Doosan has given an early indication of its plans for IMHX, which takes place on 13th - 16th September at Birmingham's NEC.
Doosan, which describes itself as " the leading innovator of products and services that improve the quality of life for people and communities around the world", says it doesn’t just sell trucks, it provides the complete package, ensuring its customers are the priority.
Constant development of products ensures the latest concepts and innovations are put into practice, providing the highest quality and leading technology within the fork lift truck industry to Doosan customers. Doosan says the IMHX exhibition in September is "the perfect opportunity for you to come and experience this for yourselves".
Doosan will be exhibiting a vast range of new and improved products at IMHX. Showcasing 16 trucks live on the stand, the new 25t and 80V four-wheel electric trucks will be unveiled with product introductions and demonstrations taking place throughout the week. This will provide visitors with the chance to experience the latest fork lift truck innovations first-hand.
The Doosan stand (11P61) will be themed around customer focus, ensuring, says Doosan, "that the journey and experience with Doosan is first-class right from the start".
The stand will be formed of sections, with staff members guiding visitors through the different zones, explaining the stages and introducing customers to ‘The Doosan Way’. This pathway allows visitors to interact with specific trucks dependent on their requirements, understand product developments, leading onto a live Fleet Management System with an interactive display, followed by dedicated After-Sales and Parts area - all demonstrating that Doosan can provide the full service under one roof.
Doosan will also be hosting live entertainment from a contemporary British artist internationally known for his unique methods, who has featured on television shows such as The One Show, Top Gear and Blue Peter. Visitors will be able to watch live performances and be in with a chance of winning pieces of artwork.