New premises for Correct

Belgian aerial lift and fork truck service company Correct Service, of Ghent is to move into new purpose built premises in the new year.

The company, founded in April 2013 by Mario Poppe, Peter Vispoel and Manu Backx, is an independent business offering service and repairs for aerial work platforms, forklifts and cranes. The company is also an official service partner for Genie, Skyjack, Niftylift and Easylift, and is an Ormig crane dealer.
Correct's new facility in Evergem

Correct Service has grown rapidly in the five years it has been in operation and was clearly outgrowing its current building in the Wondelgem area of Ghent, given that 17 people are now employed in the service team.

The new building is located nearby in the Evergem area of the city, and includes over 1,000 square metres of workshops and 250 square metres of offices. It will expand the range of services that the company can offer its customers, as well as allow it to cope with larger longer term overhauls/repairs.

The company is currently having to carry out an increasing amount of its work on customer’s premises, due to space limitations in its current facility. It hopes to not only rectify this when it moves, but also plans to step up its site servicing and repair business and take on more service contracts. The official opening will occur in mid January.
The new facility has 250 square metres of offices and more than 1,000 square metres of workshop space

The facility also has yard space


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