Mobility Networks to showcase pioneering vehicle access solutions at H.C.R. 2016

Mobility Networks, the global specialist in accessible vehicle lifts and ramps, is to showcase pioneering access solutions for the bus, coach, PCV and WAV sectors at H.C.R. 2016 (The International Homecare and Rehabilitation Exhibition, Tokyo, 12-14th October, Tokyo Big Sight. Stand 6-21-04).

11 October, 2016

Established by successful entrepreneur Mike Simmonds, the Mobility Networks Group operates on a global basis providing innovative access solutions to vehicle specifiers, bodybuilders, fleet operators and disabled vehicle owners. At H.C.R. this year Mobility Networks will be showcasing examples of wheelchair-accessible products from across its comprehensive portfolio including:

  • NEW FlexisRamp – a 2-piece folding inboard ramp that provides an extremely lightweight yet incredibly strong solution for safe wheelchair access into a vehicle.
  • NEW FlexiStep – a lightweight aluminium step that can be manually or automatically deployed to provide an additional step into a commercial vehicle. Flashing LED edging is a popular option for greater safety.
  • NEW FlexiWinch – a reliable and safe powered method for pulling a wheelchair and occupant into an accessible vehicle via a ramp.
  • NEW FlexiRail – significantly lighter than traditional aluminium systems, this world-class rail flooring solution provides flexible securement of wheelchairs and removable vehicle seating.

In addition, The Mobility Networks stand will be demonstrating the latest powered Compact Inboard Lift from its highly regarded UK manufacturer, Passenger Lift Services (PLS) and the 2BB Wheelchair Inboard Lift from its Italian manufacturer, CarOil. Mike Simmonds, Mobility Networks CEO comments: “We are delighted to be demonstrating our world-class wheelchair access solutions at H.C.R. 2016 – our expert team will be ready to explain why Mobility Networks products are synonymous with quality, safety and durability. The new Flexi range continues to deliver significant interest at all shows worldwide and we expect the same high levels of attention here in Tokyo.”

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The Mobility Networks Group

Established in 2014 with worldwide headquarters in Kent, UK, Mobility Networks is the leading multi-national specialist in accessible vehicle solutions. It provides a single source for all the latest innovations in vehicle access solutions from across the world. With a portfolio that is continually expanding, its products currently include vehicle access lifts, ramps, hatches, door opening systems and wheelchair accessible vehicle, lowered floor conversion kits.

Mobility Networks combines global expertise with local knowledge to deliver a world-class service. Its multi-lingual team is fully committed to resolving the needs of vehicle specifiers, bus and coach convertors and transport operators. This ensures all aspects of worldwide accessibility, safety and legislative conformity are met now and in the future. Mobility Networks’ pioneering products are synonymous with quality and reliability and are further enhanced by a holistic support programme that provides proven design consultancy, installation and servicing.
 

Issued on behalf of:
Mike Simmonds, CEO
Mobility Networks (Holdings) Ltd.
12 Estuary View Business Park
Whitstable, Kent. CT5 3SE
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1227 505022
Email: info@mobilitynetworksgroup.com
www.mobilitynetworksgroup.com

For further information contact:
Jon Nock, Director
iDIS Creative Marketing Partnership
6-7 Treadaway Tech Centre
Treadaway Hill, Loudwater
HP10 9RS. United Kingdom

Tel: +44(0)7786 245896
Email: jon@idiscreativemarketing.co.uk
www.idiscreativemarketing.co.uk

 

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Mobility Networks at H.C.R Japan