Contact Attachments is celebrating success after providing a leaing UK manufacturer of carpes and entrance matting with a cost-effective solution to manual handling.
The Mid-Wales based forklift attachment specialists supplied its Forklift 'Clearview' Boom to Matrix Flooring Solutions to help change its forklift truck capabilities from roll handling to pallet handling. Manufactured from high-quality, robust and long-lasting EN19T steel, the 'Clearview' Boom allows users to swiftly mount it onto a forklift truck for when time is at a premium.
David Manual, Technical Sales at Contact Attachments, explained: "We tailor our Forklift 'Clearview' Booms to the exact requirements of our customers, taking into account the purpose for which the product will be used, as well as the roll diameter and weight, to ensure that it operates effectively with existing forklift truck forks."
The Forklift 'Clearview' Boom comes with twin heel retention pins to ensure that they are fitted safely and securely to forklift forks, and come fully tested and certified to comply with the latest health and safety regulations."
"They are an ideal product for a company such as Matrix Flooring Solutions, which handles a whole range of flooring products, from rolls and rugs, to carpet tiles and matting. The Forklift 'Clearview' Boom can be fitted within a matter of seconds, especially useful when the forklift's abilities needs to be changed frequently throughout the day." David added.
Matrix Flooring Solutions specialises in supplying high-quality flooring products to major wholesalers, retailers and independent stockists, as well as acting as a third party manufacturer throughout the UK and Europe.
Luke Hutchinson, Owner of Matrix Flooring Solutions, commented: "I cannot express highly enough what a pleasure it was to deal with the team at Contact Attachments. They delivered the Boom when they said they would, and to our exact requirements. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this fantastic product, and company, to businesses of all shapes and sizes that need to change their forklift truck capabilities."