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FLTA salutes Flexi Narrow Aisle’s 25th anniversary

FLTA salutes Flexi Narrow Aisle’s 25th anniversary

At the Fork Lift Truck Association’s (FLTA) 2015 AGM, held recently at the Mercure Brandon Hall Hotel, Warwickshire, the Association’s President, Martyn Fletcher, presented Flexi articulated fork lift truck technology pioneer, Narrow Aisle Ltd, with an engraved plaque to mark Narrow Aisle’s 25th year as an FLTA member.

John Maguire, sales and marketing director of the company, who received the plaque on Narrow Aisle’s behalf, commented: “We are very proud to have reached such a significant milestone in our relationship with the FLTA and are looking forward to working closely with the Association and our fellow FLTA members for many more productive years.”

Martyn Fletcher commented: “At a time when trade bodies across all industry sectors are under pressure to demonstrate that they represent good value for their members, the fact that companies such as Narrow Aisle actively engage with us for so many years is a strong endorsement of the services and benefits that the FLTA delivers.”

The Fork Lift Truck Association was formed in 1972 to maintain and raise standards in the materials handling industry. Today, the Association represents companies of every size - including manufacturers, importers, distributors, dealers and suppliers of ancillary forklift equipment and services. Member companies all have to meet high standards of professionalism across all aspects of their business and agree to abide by the FLTA’s rigorous Code of Practice.

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