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New look for Newland at IMHX Birmingham 13th 16th March 2007

Newland Engineering celebrates its 45th anniversary during IMHX with a new look and a commitment to Newland's future success as the day to day running of the business transfers into the capable hands of directors Lynn Kerfoot and Mike Holland.

The stand will feature Newland model MTC3'X' Multi-Telescopic Conveyor, fitted with battery operated fully mobile twin powered wheel chassis, used for unloading and loading 40ft containers to and from a loading dock. The main advantage of the twin powered wheel chassis is that the conveyor can be manoeuvred in confined areas, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.

Proud of its 45 years experience in the materials handling industry, Newland is well placed to offer its customers the quality and service they have come to expect from a well-established and secure business. Lynn Kerfoot and Mike Holland have both worked for the company for more than thirty years, and their longevity in the business brings with it vast experience of Newland's product range and dedication to good customer service. Newland's former MD, Hugh Greasley, son of the company's founder, Cecil Greasley, remains involved in the company as a shareholder, ensuring continuity of purpose.

At the same time the company has undergone a major re-branding exercise, demonstrating further the company's desire to move the business forward into a new era. The new fresh corporate style along with its contemporary logo, will be unveiled at IMHX in a range of marketing materials, including sales literature detailing the company's extensive product range.

The 'new' Newland can be seen on stand K121, Hall 19. Further information is available from Mike Kyrycz
tel: 0161 368 0326
email mikek@newlandconveyors.com

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