East Anglia firm wins international accolade!
Mitsubishi recognises forklift dealer’s commitment to excellence
In recognition of an ongoing commitment to providing outstanding customer service and support, Eastern Forklifts Ltd has been presented with a Gold Award at the Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks Dealer Awards.
The awards recognise the fork truck dealers, worldwide, that consistently demonstrate outstanding customer support – not just in sales, but through long-term after care as well.
Announcing the winners at a special presentation in Coventry’s Coombe Abbey Hotel, Mike Jones of Red Diamond Distribution, UK importer for Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks said: “The Gold Award for outstanding achievement is one of our highest accolades. It recognises the dealer that embodies excellent customer service, professionalism and all-round performance – the exemplary attributes which ensure that clients get the very best from forklifts and staff alike."
“Eastern Forklift Trucks have worked hard to ensure the highest possible standards for its many customers throughout the region.”
Accepting the honour, Eastern’s Managing Director Paul Brierley said: “We always do our utmost to ensure customers get the best advice, service and support. As such, we are absolutely delighted that our hard work has been recognised by a global organisation like Mitsubishi."
“This award is a testament to our team’s passion, expertise, and commitment to delivering the highest standards of customer care.”
For more information on Eastern Forklift Trucks and the award-winning support they could offer your business call 01284 725599.
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