Adaptalift acquires Budget

Adaptalift Group has completed its acquisition of Budget Forklifts.

Budget Forklifts was established in 1968 and is the Yale Dealer in Western Australia and Queensland. Adaptalift Group will continue to operate Budget Forklifts as the Yale dealership in those territories.

Budget Forklifts has more than 1200 assets in its fleet, and its its customer base includes some of Australia’s best known companies.

Importantly for Adaptalift, the acquisition increases its footprint in Western Australia and Queensland where the two companies’ joint operations now have significant scale.

According to Paul Hinz of Adapatlift Group: “Budget Forklift’s business is complementary to our current rental, service and parts operations, and we share a common operating platform.”

“Adaptalift Group is excited to have acquired Budget Forklifts increasing product and service offerings and delivering even greater customer value,” he concluded.

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