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Lyte Ladders

Lyte 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 of design and manufacture. Products are manufactured at Lyte's 200,000sq ft site and Lyte probably has the largest portfolio of Trade and Industrial products in the UK. Lyte products are certified to all relevant standards (BS2037 Class 1 & 3, BSEN131 and ANSI 14.5) Lyte's products are supplied to leading organisations throughout the UK - including BT, Sky, HSS Hire and Screwfix. With highly trained and friendly in-house telesales and area representatives - along with the new 60,000sq ft Distribution Centre and increased number of distribution vehicles - Lyte's service is second to none! Continuous investment in new product development ensures we meet all demands of Health and Safety requirements.

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