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Konecranes Lift Trucks Aftersales Awards

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We won two Aftersales awards at the Konecranes Lift Trucks Partner Conference held in Malmö, Sweden recently. We won awards for best overall aftermarket sales performance in both 2017 and 2018. There is no doubt we are a team that enjoys punching above our weight. Holly Martin, and the aftersales …

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Photo Competition Winners!

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We recently asked our field technicians to participate in a photo competition, so we could share “their world” with the rest of the team. Congratulations to Ugo Ekeh, Chembaline Nwangwa, Godwin Mensah and Kwabena Addai-Dapaah – who not only took a great shot of themselves at work, but also put …

Latest Heavy Lifting Deliveries Across Ghana and Nigeria

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FOUR TERBERG TRACTORS TO WACT, ONNE PORT COMPLEX, NIGERIA Paterson Simons engineer, Adekunle, commissioned and handed over four Terberg yard tractors in July this year.               TELEHANDLER AND MANBASKET COMMISSIONED IN GHANA Paterson Simons/Pasico Takoradi Service Coordinator Patrick Ekow Sam hands over the new …

Mobile Crane Operator Training – Ghana

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A few great images from the ongoing training by our training and certification division for a gold mining customer in Ghana. Attending the training are: Samuel Mensah (Goldfields L&D Administrator/Manager) Evans Kofi Tsiadza (Goldfields mech. workshop Supervisor/Manager) Isaac Morrison (Crane Operator) Charles Amankwah (Crane Operator) Salifu Danlade (Crane Operator) Anthony …

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Paterson Simons wins Manitou Sales Award

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Some of our team attended the Manitou MEA Dealer Conference this year, and we were thrilled to be awarded Sales team of the year 2018 in the Small Business Category. We also came third in the Master Sailing Cup competition for after-market sales in West Africa. Paterson Simons and Pasico were …

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Lifting in Africa: A Q&A with John Traynor

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The Africa Development Bank has described African economies as “resilient and gaining momentum” with real output increasing to 3.6% in 2017 and likelihood of the growth accelerating to 4.1% in 2018 and 2019. How in your view is this economic growth likely to impact uptake of construction cranes and tower …