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Bolzoni Auramo solutions help to save costs

Thursday, 28 May 2009 ( #412 )
Bolzoni Auramo Ltd have recently delivered a multi purpose attachment to Floplast Ltd, a leading manufacturer of Plastic Building and Plumbing systems based in Sittingbourne, Kent. The company has recently installed their own cardboard recycling facility, therefore found the need to handle unpalletised bales as well as undergoing general pallet work with their existing fork lift trucks. During this current financial climate, the option of an additional truck with a dedicated bale clamp was not a favourable one, therefore Bolzoni Auramo Ltd were called in to find a solution. It was decided that a fork clamp with turnable forks was the ideal solution providing maximum flexibility for this type of application. This attachment allows the fork lift operator to handle pallets as normal with the forks. Then without the need to change attachments, the forks can be turned through 90 degrees enabling the handling of unpalletised bales. It even has a facility, with another quick change, to handle any form of roll, drum or cylinder with the forks at 45 degrees. Jim Cameron, Sales and Marketing Manager for Bolzoni Auramo Ltd, comments: "We are seeing more and more companies undertaking their own recycling process and as a result, the need for suitable handling equipment is growing. However, during the present economic climate this can be difficult to accommodate. What we have done at Floplast is to provide a flexible, reliable piece of equipment but, most importantly, provide our customer with a tremendous cost saving". For any further information, please contact: Bolzoni Auramo Ltd Unit 10, Taurus Park Europa Boulevard West Brook Warrington Cheshire WA5 7ZT - United Kingdom Jim Cameron / Sales and Marketing Manager Phone: +44-7796-266906 Fax: +44-1925-62 45 78 E-mail: jcameron@bolzoni-auramo.com Web site: www.bolzoni-auramo.com
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