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Hyster back by popular demand at IMHX 2013 with Briggs

Solutions for demanding applications and the adoption of new technology are just two of the topics that will feature in a series of seminars led by leading materials handling supplier, Briggs Equipment at IMHX 2013.

Briggs is inviting exhibition visitors to take part in the seminars held on the Briggs/Hyster stand where they can also discover ways of reducing their carbon footprint whilst increasing productivity. There will be four seminars daily where visitors will have the opportunity to pose questions to the company’s leading figures.

Bill Goodwin, Briggs’s sales director, commented: "The seminars will be informative and interesting. Visitors will be able to get an insight into the specialist knowledge we have and engage with some thought provoking subjects. Each seminar will be no more than 20 minutes and everyone is welcome to join us."

Each visitor will receive a free gift bag as well as being in with a chance of winning a Kindle Fire HD if they pre-register at www.briggsimhx.co.uk. Plus, with the launch of its new Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BriggsEquipmentUK, Briggs is holding a photography challenge during February and the winner will also get one of the high tech tablets.

Other features of the Briggs/Hyster stand include a 45 tonne capacity reach stacker along with other machines to represent Hyster’s diverse produce range from ship to shore to shop floor.

Three large containers will also be kitted out to showcase the latest developments across the ports and shipping industry, manufacturing and warehouse operations.

"We’re really looking forward to IMHX," added Bill. "It’s going to be a fantastic event with the opportunity to develop new and existing customer relationships. We have a large presence, giving visitors an experience they will remember."

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