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To ensure that they are always close at hand, we have developed highly skilled teams of locally based, manufacturer trained engineers. It’s all part of our ‘Local Partnerships’ approach.

STEPHEN BURTON

The name Windsor has been synonymous with materials handling and access systems since 1977, providing a first class range of forklift hire, sales and maintenance services.

Through a mixture of originality, entrepreneurial spirit and determination, we have developed into one of the largest and most innovative suppliers of independent forklift and materials handling equipment in the UK.

We understand local business, because we are one. Currently operating from twelve branches across the North, Midlands and South East, we pride ourselves on our commitment to the local community and our personable approach.

When you contact us, you’re talking to local experts in both sales and service, with great knowledge of your area. And it’s this long-established ethos that’s helped us develop and retain some of our oldest clients.

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