Easyramps on display @ IMHX Birmingham

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- 1 Mar 2007 ( #299 )
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The biggest selling container-loading ramp in the United Kingdom and Europe will be on display at IMHX 2007 in Birmingham, England.

Easyramps, the UK's only specialist loading ramp manufacturers, will display an ER7.1 on their stand in the National Exhibition Centre from 13-16 March.

Easyramps have sold/rented over 100 units of this extremely popular model since beginning production just 18-months ago.

"We have been surprised ourselves at the popularity, not only of this and other models but of our brand as a whole, particularly within Europe and the UK," said Josh Fagan, director of Easyramps.

"We want to use our maiden appearance at an international trade fair to highlight just what an amazingly efficient, safe and cost-saving tool an Easyramp is and there is no better way than to display one in the flesh."

Easyramps manufacture a number of high-quality, value-for-money models of container ramp and have employed a successful stock policy in order to respond immediately to orders.

The company has a world-wide delivery network and the construction of their ramps combine the very best in materials and components and comply with all EU directives and testing levels.

PHL (Plant Handling Limited), the highly experienced and successful used forklift trading company and partners of Easyramps, will also have a presence on the stand.

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