The Europieces Luxembourg S.A. site in Sassenheim located in Sassenheim in the canton of Esch on the Alzette. Photo: CLARK Europe GmbH
Europieces Luxembourg is the new Clark sales partner in Luxembourg
With Europieces Luxembourg S.A. Clark Europe has found a new sales partner for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and has thus further expanded its market presence in the Benelux countries.
"With Europieces Luxembourg, we were able to bring an experienced partner on board for our customers in Luxembourg," explains Rolf Eiten, President & CEO of Clark Europe GmbH. "The Luxembourg economy is growing very strongly and will also grow more strongly than that of neighbouring countries in the coming years. We are pleased that we can participate in this growth with this strategic partnership."
Well-founded know-how in the materials handling business
Europieces Luxembourg was founded in 1991 and specialises in the sale, rental and service of intralogistics solutions. In 2017, the company was acquired by the Kremer Group. As a market leader in industrial cranes and services, Kremer Group is also one of the main players in the field of machine training within LC Academie. The training facility, which is well-known beyond the country's borders, has also made a name for itself in the field of forklift driver training, a building block in the product portfolio that fitted perfectly into Europieces' range of services.
The fortunes of Europieces Luxembourg are steered by CEO, Ralph Krips as well as Jeff Kayser, COO and Bernd Rickes, CTO. Today, the company focuses on the distribution of materials handling vehicles, work platforms, hand transport equipment, industrial shelving systems, loading and disposal technology, driver training and the used equipment business.
Europieces Luxembourg is located in Sassenheim in the canton of Esch on the Alzette – the southernmost canton of Luxembourg. The location covers a total area of 3376 m². In addition to the administrative area, the site includes a showroom, a spacious workshop area, a spare parts warehouse and eight training rooms. With the inclusion of Clark materials handling vehicles in its product range, Europieces offers customers in Luxembourg the complete Clark service spectrum from a single source. In addition to all forklift classes and warehouse trucks, this also includes all accessories and spare parts as well as a comprehensive range of services including rental, financing and servicing for new and used Clark materials handling vehicles. With a total of ten employees – including five service technicians – the company ensures professional sales and service in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
"We see the partnership with Clark as another milestone in our strategic development towards becoming a 'one-stop-shop' for intralogistics solutions in Luxembourg," explains Ralph Krips, CEO of Europieces Luxembourg on the occasion of the partnership with Clark Europe. "The name 'CLARK' has had a very high standing in the Luxembourg market for decades and is known for its low total cost of ownership. We look forward to offering our customers all the benefits of this strong brand combined with our first-class customer service in the future."
The way Clark has made is the history of forklift
Clark who started its business as automobile parts manufacturer in 1903 invented the world’s first forklift in 1917, which brought innovative change to the concept of distribution. Clark set a standard of modern forklift in 1920s and has been at the forefront of every major echnological advancement in the world’s forklift industry for over 80 years. Clark opened its various patent to the industry, which has been freely adopted by every forklift manufacturer as an industry’s standard technology.
Over one million Clark forklift have been produced, among which 700,000 are still in operation around the world.
Clark is the forklift.