Useful Info

Mobility Networks is fully committed to supporting its customers through global expertise and local knowledge.

The organisation prides itself on service levels that provide efficient and easy ordering along with warranties that lead the sector. Its talented representatives have all the knowledge to meet legislative directives and answer technical queries associated with vehicle accessibility.

This Useful Info section highlights a number of topical questions, however for more in-depth answers, please contact a Mobility Networks specialist today.

FAQ

Can Mobility Networks assist with obtaining Type Approval?

Yes. Mobility Networks can work with vehicle manufacturers, body builders and vehicle convertors throughout the design and engineering processes to ensure Type Approval is achieved. Whether a new build or retro-fit, its international team of specialists can provide expert consultation during every stage from initial drawings through to crash testing and manufacturing.

Can Mobility Networks organize LOLER inspections?

Yes. Mobility Networks can organise Health and Safety Inspectors from the HSE to provide LOLER approved inspections. These inspections will cover your business and employees who operate or have control over lifting equipment.

How is an access solution from Mobility Networks supported following installation?

Mobility Networks provides comprehensive after sales care and a range of service contracts for post installation support. These contracts deliver regular and professional, inspection and servicing of automated products to ensure optimum performance is maintained. If a repair is required or an unlikely technical fault was to arise, Mobility Networks aims to dispatch an engineer within five working days.

Which countries do local Mobility Networks’ distributors support? 

Mobility Networks is a global business that is continually expanding. It can supply products worldwide, however localised servicing and installation from regional distributors is currently available in the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland and Japan. Additional distributors are continually joining with Mobility Networks so further countries will be serviced on a local level in the near future.

If a vehicle requires a non-standard solution, can Mobility Networks provide the right product?

Yes. Mobility Networks and its worldwide distributors have the ability to design, engineer, supply and install bespoke lift and ramp solutions. From concept to completion, the team of specialist designers and engineers from Mobility Networks can work closely with fleet operators, vehicle convertors and body builders. Tailor made solutions that have been individually manufactured for specific vehicles or unique tasks are possible from Mobility Networks – contact a representative for further details.