Daifuku Europe Launches New Website

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Daifuku Europe Ltd., the company that engineers and manufacturers high performance automated material handling and warehouse management systems to streamline processes and improve productivity, announces the re-launch of its website, www.daifukueurope.com.

Site visitors can access in-depth case studies, videos demonstrating the companys capabilities and flexibility in product design, photographs of available products, as well as comprehensive product information for the companys three business lines: manufacturing and distribution, automotive and cleanroom.

The site offers a new feature that allows potential new customers to submit a RFP/RFQ online. If they just want to discuss a project they can submit information about the project through the site and a Daifuku representative will call them within 24-48 hours.

DAIFUKU Europe Ltd. the Company
Founded in 1937, Daifuku currently employs more then 4,100 employees and has an annual turnover of approx 1.46 Billion Euro. As a global leader in automated materials handling systems they account for 20 percent of the total market. In addition to the three main manufacturing plants in Japan, the company group owns plants in Malaysia and in the USA.
Independent branch offices in the UK, Germany as well as partners in Spain, Portugal and Scandinavia form part of the European group. Worldwide more then 28,000 Daifuku cranes and more then 3,000 Sorting Transfer Vehicles STV are now in use. Reference customers include: ICA, Netto, SuperGros, Canon, Samsung, DeLaval, Levi Strauss, Lever Faberg, Sharp, Nissin, IBM and Opel. Please find additional information relating to DAIFUKU Europe Ltd on the internet at www.DAIFUKUeurope.com.

About Daifuku
With over 20,000 global installations, no one is more experienced than Daifuku at engineering high-performance automated material handling and warehouse management systems, specifically designed to meet and overcome any challenge.

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