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Lyte Ladders introduces new Products in Use concept

Published: 9 November 2018

Lyte Ladders’ range of industrial towers was launched in 2002. It grew in 2004 with the launch of its folding tower, and continues to grow year after year, with more welded products being added to the range. Lyte prides itself on its relationships with customers and assisting them and end users in choosing the correct access equipment for the job in hand. To this end the company has developed its ‘Products in use’ concept. This initiative allows the user to identify what products are suitable for different environments and types of work. Lyte has developed a series of symbols, which easily highlight the products to be used in the most appropriate environments.

 

 

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