Lansing Bagnall

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Lansing Bagnall was a British forklift truck manufacturing company.

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The company was bought out of bankruptcy in 1943 by Emmanuel Kaye and John R Sharp. At that time the company made petrol and electric, industrial and station platform tractors. Later the company went on to produce forklift trucks. In 1976 Lansing Bagnall acquired the successful private forklift truck manufacturer Henley Forklift.

Lansing Bagnall was acquired by Linde AG in 1989 and now operates under the Linde Lansing brand name. In September 2006 Linde announced their intention to float or sell the materials handling business that includes Linde Lansing.

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