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RACK PROTECTION IN ACTION IN MELBOURNE

25-07-2019
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With more than 10 years’ experience in protecting racking systems from forklift damage at some of Australia’s leading organisations, Rack Armour is again exhibiting at Safety in Action Melbourne, being held on the 10th and 11th September 2019.

Visitors to the Rack Armour stand (D05) will see the full product range on display, and company staff will be on hand to provide professional and upfront product advice to suit companies’ individual requirements.

Rack Armour will highlight why and how its products provide the best protection, even against continual impact, providing companies with a long-term solution.

Those who are unable to make it to the show can check out the company’s new website, launched earlier this year. Rack Armour is happy to answer enquiries and will provide no obligation quotes. With resellers throughout Australia, Rack Armour is available nationwide.

Rack Armour
02 9722 0502
www.rackarmour.com.au

 

 

 

 

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