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Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health installs Flexi trucks

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health installs Flexi trucks

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health has added another 30 Flexis trucks, designed and built by space-saving intralogistics solutions specialist, Narrow Aisle Ltd. The additional order expands on the ministry’s fleet of articulated forklift trucks.

With its head offices in Riyadh, the KSA Ministry of Health has overall responsibility for planning and delivering healthcare services across Saudi Arabia and the additional trucks will be used to improve handling and storage efficiency at several new medical products distribution centres operated by the Ministry.

Dubai-based Narrow Aisle Ltd’s business development manager for the Middle East and Africa, Damien Murray, commented: “Narrow Aisle has a long-standing track record of supplying Flexi-based handling solutions throughout the Middle East and Africa. Flexi trucks are increasingly popular across the region due to their robust design and space-saving capability.”

International sales now account for some 40% of Narrow Aisle’s business and deliveries are expected to more than double over the next five years. Flexi trucks are distributed in over 60 countries worldwide with after-sales support provided by Narrow Aisle’s network of global business partners.

Narrow Aisle Ltd commercial director John Maguire said: “We have always been an internationally-focused company that provides innovative warehouse truck-based storage systems to the intralogistics industry. We are a manufacturing company with great products and this is reflected in the growing number of overseas warehouse operators who are investing in our cost-effective advanced storage technology.”

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