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Jungheinrich UK celebrates its Golden Jubilee

April 25
14:36 2013

2013 marks the 50th anniversary of intralogistics solutions provider Jungheinrich’s entry in to the UK market.

Originally located in Manchester, today Jungheinrich’s UK headquarters are in Milton Keynes. In addition, the company operates six strategically sited Customer Service Centres in Scotland (Cumbernauld), the North West (Warrington), the North East (Sheffield), The Midlands (Birmingham), the South West (Bristol) and in the South East (Milton Keynes).

Hans-Herbert Schultz, Managing Director of Jungheinrich UK Ltd, commented:  “A 50th anniversary proves any company’s longevity, staying power and success. Our strong product and service offering allied to our commitment to aftersales care and ability to deliver the lowest cost of ownership underpin our company’s strengths.

“As a group, Jungheinrich is continuously innovating to ensure that our products, solutions and after-sales service support enable our customers to achieve maximum supply chain efficiency and profitability – regardless of their size and the industry sectors in which they operate.”

Jungheinrich’s dedicated workforce are at the heart of the company’s success and the company has held Investors in People (IiP) accreditation since 2009. Investors in People is a national standard which defines best practice for all aspects of developing a company’s employees.

Hans-Herbert Schultz added: “We are very proud to have reached such a significant milestone in the UK and are looking forward to our next half century working closely with our customers”

 

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