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New Norwegian premises for Bucket Warehouse

Bucket Warehouse

Company expansion into larger facilities in south Norway as part of international growth strategy

BUCKET Warehouse (Hardlife (UK) Ltd), the international group based in both the UK and Scandinavia, have this month moved into new, larger premises in the south of Norway as part of their international growth strategy.

Supplying a large and increasing array of excavator attachments, Bucket Warehouse say they are focusing on increasing stock levels at both locations, to satisfy increasing global demand.

Commenting on their international expansion, Hugo Joliffe, UK sales and marketing manager of Hardlife UK Ltd, said: ‘We’re hugely excited to move into our new facilities in Norway. The Scandinavian market has been a strong, stable market for us over recent years with a large dealer network and customer base to support there.

‘However, one of our main goals for this move is to accommodate a restructuring aimed at supporting the rapid increase in demand from our domestic UK market. Our Scotland-based customers, in particular, have shown unprecedented interest over the last few months for many of our specialist heavy-duty Scandinavian-spec tiltrotator attachments, so we can now offer far shorter lead times on the products that we might not have always had in stock in the UK previously.’

The company says it is also finding growth in other international markets, with orders in August being dispatched to Canada), Jordan and Cameroon.

‘These global activities are exciting territory for the company,’ added Mr Joliffe. ‘We wish to continue with international growth, parallel to servicing domestic demand.’

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