MANITOU AUSTRALIA IS ON A QUEST TO FIND THE OLDEST MANITOU IN OCEANIA

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Updated: August 30, 2013

 Since inventing the first rough terrain forklift in 1958, Manitou has always been at the forefront of materials handling in Oceania with its first machines imported in the early 1970’s.

To celebrate the past and look forward on its next voyage to the future, Manitou Australia is now running a quest to Find the Oldest Manitou machine in Oceania.

In order to hunt and capture this Manitou relic, the Manitou Dealers who want to enter this competition, are asked to take a simple snap of an old Manitou machine with its serial number and submit this hidden gem on the dedicated website: www.oldestmanitou.com.au –

A $2,500 cash prize is at stake for the one who will find the Oldest Manitou in Oceania after submitting a photo and serial number of the old machine on the website before the 30th of September 2013.

Whether you are a treasure hunter or an old-forklift lover, you can admire those real pieces of history on: www.oldestmanitou.com.au – with most of them still working 40 years after they have been imported from France in Oceania.

For more information on Find The Olderst Manitou Challange check-out the terms and conditions on the website or contact Manitou Australia on [email protected]