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Lonking Continues Growth into International Market at CeMAT 2016

Leading construction and logistics machinery manufacturer Lonking Holdings Limited successfully unveiled their products at CeMAT  2016 from May 31 to June 3 in Hannover, Germany. The six new forklifts launched at the four-day trade fair held at Hannover Exhibition Center  attracted over 200 clients, of which more than 50 expressed their intention to represent Lonking’s products.


Lonking’s third generation large internal combustion forklift LG100DT, which comes with a Perkins 1104D-E44TA engine, intelligent hydraulic gearbox and LDSJ integral side shifter, was the company’s signature product at CeMAT 2016. The warehouse truck LG20DR with 7.5-meter triplicate mast and PU tires as well as customized exterior design also impressed the clients at the fair.

The majority of the clients Lonking received at CeMAT 2016 were from European countries including Poland, Italy, France, Switzerland, Hungary, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Spain and Germany, while Middle Eastern and African clients from Egypt, Morocco, the UAE, Turkey, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Bahrain also established cooperation intentions with Lonking.

Among the visitors to Lonking’s stand were Bernard De Meester, president of the world’s top material handling parts and industrial equipment parts supplier TVH, who discussed the global supply chain of forklift parts with Lonking’s representative at CeMAT 2016, and Zhang Jie, secretary-general of the industrial vehicle branch of China Construction Machinery Association, who praised Lonking products for their high quality and design.

“Lonking has showed potential clients from Europe, Africa and Asia that we have highly competitive products in the international market,” said Robert Wang, general manager of Lonking (Fujian)International Trade Co., Ltd. “Our product research and development team is very attentive to every detail, from technological innovation to ergonomic design, and we are very pleased with the result we achieved at CeMAT this year.”