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See Railex Quality At Orgatec-Cologne

08 October 2010

The prestigious Orgatec show will be the ideal setting for Railex Storage Limited as the longest established British manufacturer of filing and storage systems to project three distinctive ranges as tangible confirmation of Railex versatility for all interior sectors on Stand F055 in Hall 10.1

And all of the designs offer the crucial benefits of saving space and time, protecting contents and adding colourful impact to their environment – whilst of course matching every aspect of health and safety requirements.

Seen for the very first time will be a clever variation on the famous Mobile concept in the form of a new low rise push & pull format which combines high density storage in a minimal footprint whilst being aesthetically pleasing. In turn, the elegant DesignLine concept of static cabinets is absolutely the new look of the old four drawer style. Railex DesignLine features total flexibility of contents and closures in waist-high configurations which can be fitted for example with double doors, a three drawer style or a roller shutter. The entire Railex range comes in an unrivalled choice of 16 standard colours – plus customising to any RAL finish as desired. The trio is completed by a traditional product updated for modern times in the form of a Plan Chest. This highly practical unit is ideal for drawings and plans up to AO size in 8 or 12 drawer options with each drawer capable of 27kg weight. A central locking system ensures safety and security whilst the upper surface operates also as a handy work surface.

All of the items will be in clean tasteful White, with the DesignLine and Plan Chest enhanced with Green glass tops as tangible examples of Railex attention and expertise for attractive environments. These will be complemented by a range of files produced by Railex Filing Ltd.

Railex is also unique in being approved to British Standards, FIRA and ISO9001 and ISO14001. All products are at least 98% recyclable and Railex can manufacture any steel products to your specification. Orgatec visitors will be able to see the high quality products and discuss any requirements. Railex is also keen to find Trade Agents across Europe and Worldwide.

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www.railexstorage.co.uk or call +44(0)1376 505020; email info@railex.co.uk.


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