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Australian product seeks market in US

Thursday, 15 Aug 2013 ( #629 ) - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Local News Story
The Roto Picker, known as the Easi-Picker in Australia, is a slide frame with a turntable that rotates.
The Roto Picker’s Australian distributor, King Materials Handling, has opened an arm in the US, called King Group LLC, to import and market the device which is revolutionising stock picking from pallets under pallet racking.

The Roto Picker, known as the Easi-Picker in Australia, is a slide frame with a turntable that rotates, enabling the operator to access rear cartons easily, helping prevent musculoskeletal injuries that occur by bending down and reaching in and under racking  to lift and retrieve weights.

Manufactured by Roto Lift, in Bayswater, Victoria, the product was a runner up in the WorkSafe awards and has already sold about 690 units in Australia.  

King Group LLC managing director Ron King tells News the company is seeking end users and distributors in the USA.
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