Order a Doosan diesel counterbalance forklift (1.5-3.5t) before July and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win one of three Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini handsets, worth over £200 each.

Doosan Industrial Vehicle UK is using this promotion to highlight the Korean innovation behind its forklifts — see the Doosan website at http://doosanflt.com/win-a-samsung-galaxy-when-you-buy-doosan/.

Paul Watson, General Sales Manager at Doosan Industrial Vehicle UK, said: “Our handset promotion helps us highlight our powerful Korean engineering heritage as well as our UK network of selected local dealers and national partners. Our range of products and national coverage help us meet customers’ needs with a genuinely personal service and after-sales relationship.”

Users in the Food & Drink sector already choose Doosan products for simple powerful performance, shaped by a typically Korean focus on innovation and applied technology.

Doosan addresses key user applications with a comprehensive range of lifting capacities, high standard specifications (such as oil-cooled disk brakes) and rugged build quality as standard. Many additional features, options and custom specials are available to help customers do their jobs more efficiently.

Doosan’s complete product range covers everything from its LED series of pedestrian and ride-on pallet trucks, to the 16-ton D160S-5, the biggest forklift Doosan brings into Europe.

Doosan and Samsung are two of the largest companies in South Korea, a country with a well-deserved reputation for excellence in engineering and innovation. Both companies create products that make life easier for users, whether through intuitive consumer electronics or innovative materials handling.

Doosan’s forklifts have won multiple awards for design and innovation thanks to unparalleled investment in research and development. Doosan won the Innovation category at the FLTA Awards 2014 for its G2 engine, which completely removes the need for diesel particulate filters – a common cause of engine malfunction and business downtime. The G2 engine powers the EU’s first Stage IV-compliant trucks.