LGMG and Horizon renew purchasing agreement

By Euan Youdale12 March 2021

LGMG has renewed its product purchasing agreement with China-based rental major Horizon Equipment.

Under the cooperation, Horizon Equipment, will buy a large number of aerial platforms from the Chinese manufacturer during 2021. It follows a similar agreement between the two companies for substantial product investment in 2020.

LGMG & Horizon Equipment Horizon Equipment general manager Zhang Chunyu, with LGMG president Yu Mengsheng. LGMG general manager Zhi Kaiyin also attended the signing ceremony for the renewed cooperation.

Zhang Chuny, general manager of Horizon Equipment, said, “In 2020, the cooperation between Horizon Equipment and LGMG achieved a great business performance through our joint efforts.”

“With quality products, quick response rates and efficient operations, we have effectively met the business development needs of Horizon Equipment. We looking forward to further enhancing the mutual trust, gaining additional advantages from the partnership, as well as broadening the scope of cooperation.”

LGMG president Yu Mengsheng, said the agreement would be mutually beneficial. “Congratulations to the brilliant performance of Horizon Equipment over the past year. The cooperation provides a perfect partnership to leverage advantages for both sides.

“Thanks to valuable suggestions proposed by Horizon Equipment on the production, delivery, and service, LGMG will continue to optimise supply chains and production lines, enhance production capacity, and improve delivery performance while focusing on smooth communication between us.”

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