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Tuff love


Armorgard’s new solutions push the boundaries of innovation


ARMORGARD has an impressive new product launch plan for 2019, essentially off ering new or improved products across its entire portfolio of equipment, tool and hazardous goods storage, work platforms and units, and manual handling products.


The new Armorgard Tuff Bank range of toolboxes and chests launch is part of this strategy of customer-focused innovation. The new Tuff Bank takes a major leap forward over its previous version with a new PowerShelf, crane lifting eyes, anti-jemmy features and hardened steel plates that make locks almost impenetrable. Tuff Bank now carries Secured by Design certifi cation, which is endorsed by the police. Other new safety features on the second- generation Tuff Bank include a lid


designed to prevent it slamming on workers.


“The improved Tuff Bank is a good example of our commitment to continued product development as a way of staying ahead of the curve and maintaining our competitive edge,” said Matt Partridge, Head of Product Development at Armorgard.


“Tuff Bank is one of our consistently best-selling products, and yet we


saw room for improvement.


“It’s not only about bringing new products to market; it’s about how we can improve existing products and fi nd better ways to solve customer problems. It can be about simple changes; incremental decisions and refi nements that give big results.”


Tuff Bank is one of


more than 20 new and improved products launching in 2019.


Armorgard is promising enhanced safety and improved designs for


manual handling solutions such as LoadAlls


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