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Midland Pallet expands skate range

Midland Pallet Trucks in the UK has expanded its range of machinery and shifting skates.

 

The company has introduced five additional models that have been designed to work alongside its range of hydraulic lifting jacks.

The skates can be used within a variety of industrial environments, and are both steerable and adjustable, said Midland Pallet Trucks.

“We have specialised in moving skates for many years now, but have previously focused primarily on 6-18-tonne weight capacities,” said managing director Phil Chesworth. “At a time when the needs of our customers are changing rapidly, we have taken measures to meet these new demands by introducing a wider capacity range, all the way from an 8-tonne machinery skate set to a much more heavy-duty 36-tonne capability.”

www.midlandpallettrucks.com

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