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Advanced Handling celebrates 18% growth in turnover

Advanced Handling celebrates 18% growth in turnover

UK manufacturing company Advanced Handling has announced an exciting landmark of growth for 2015 as part of the Sunnex international group, ahead of both budget and expectations for this year. Its product range spans from standard lifts for pallet stacking to mezzanine transfers, vacuum lifters, reel handling and bespoke solutions.

The announcement comes as the manufacturing industry continues to invest in lifting and handling equipment to improve health and safety levels and efficiency for their workforce.

“Through innovation and hard work, we have grown our turnover by over 18% year to date," says Mike Prince, Managing Director of Advanced Handling. "This marked increase has enabled the organisation to invest in recruitment, product development and marketing - essential for future growth. We are proud to support British manufacturing and will continue to produce high quality equipment for the UK marketplace.”

Established over 35 years ago as a manufacturer of standard handling equipment, Advanced Handling has grown and developed to include an impressive range of standard and bespoke products predominantly manufactured in the UK and Sweden. The company employs over 30 members of staff and continues to expand into new and exciting markets.

The Advanced Handling Range of Solutions:

• Provides ergonomic working heights

• Enables all loads to be easily lifted and manipulated

• Benefits overall speed of process and product output

• Facilitates lifting requirements for bespoke projects

• Provides turnkey surveys, products and servicing

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