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Access equipment

Amtech (DK Tools)
UK - England
Amtech (DK Tools)
Whether your customers are building, fixing, plumbing, woodworking, crafting, gardening or motoring, Am-Tech offers a reliable and affordable range of 1800+ DIY tools, with each one carrying a 12 month manufacturer s warranty. Am-Tech ~s excellence in the DIY market has also been recognised by industry acclaimed awards, including Best Home Product, Best Garden Product and Best DIY Product of the Year in recent years. Beyond providing the tools, the Am-Tech brand also supports your consumer through th...more

UK - England
• Stax Trade CentresA leading non-food cash and carry wholesaler with 5 branches - Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Bristol and Edinburgh. Stocking more than 40,000 lines from all the major brands, our ranges include DIY, Tools, Hardware, Housewares, Electrical, Plumbing,... more >>
UK - England
• Blue Spot ToolsBlue Spot Tools is one of the UK's leading design innovators and importers of Hand Tools and associated products. We stock over 600 products ranging from Hand Tools, Power Tool accessories, Decorating, Security, Consumables and Gardening. We provide ... more >>
UK - England
• Specialist Group LtdSpecialist Group Ltd has been established for over 40 years supplying DIY retailers, builders' merchants and garden centres. They provide a comprehensive range of over 3000 products, to include abrasives, adhesives, decorating products, door and wind... more >>
UK - England
• Rungbuddy LimitedRungbuddy is the trademark of the "Safety Rung" which is patented by us and supplied to retail outfits world wide full description on our website or just "Rungbuddy" on youtube
UK - England
• Bunces Home HardwareFriendly Family run business trading since 1928 with six stores located throughout Sussex. We offer key cutting, Dulux paint mixing, Rug Doctor Hire as well as other services throughout our Stores.
UK - Scotland
• Clow Group Ltd.Specialists in access equipment design and manufacture, (ladders, steps, podiums, platforms, scaffold towers) together with teh development and fabrication of bespoke access solutions including gantries, gangways, walkways, fixed access ladders and r... more >>
UK - England
• Carobyn Products LtdAppointed Distributor for DURA-STILTS in Europe, Scandinavia, North Africa and the Middle East.
UK - Scotland
• Clow Group LtdEstablished in 1913, Clow Group Ltd is the largest privately owned manufacturer of ladders, access equipment and bespoke fabrications in the U.K. The Clow Group has 3 specialist production divisions: * Clow Engineering * Clow Fabricati... more >>
UK - England
• Clarke International LtdSupplier of vast range of DIY and professional power tools, inlcuding metalworking, woodworking, automotive, construction and electrical
UK - Wales
• Lyte LaddersLyte Ladders and Towers is one of the leading manufacturers of aluminium and glass-fibre ladders, step ladders and towers in the UK. Established in South Wales in 1947, our comprehensive portfolio of access equipment is renowned for its quality o... more >>
UK - England
• Protec DirectProtec Direct are one of the leading UK suppliers of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Workwear and Safety Products. We only supply products that conform to, or exceed, the appropriate British and European legislation requirements. As a specialis... more >>
UK - England
• Youngman Group LtdYOUNGMAN The Professionals Choice for Work Platforms, Step Ladders, Extension Ladders, Combination Ladders, Access Platforms, Access Scaffolding Towers, and Bespoke Access Solutions
UK - England
• Hafele UK LtdHafele UK are a distributor of Furniture Fittings, Hardware and Architectural Ironmongery. From Sliding Door Systems to Locking and Security, Screws, Nails and Fixings, Sealants and Adhesives, to Tools and Cabinet Fittings Hafele can supply all your... more >>
UK - England
• Hafele UK LtdHafele is an internationally established family firm which serves the furniture industry, architects and planners, joinery and related trades with furniture fittings and architectural hardware as well as electronic locking systems.

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