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Hymer Partnership with Sterk Systems Ltd

Sterk Systems are delighted to announce a new development in their partnership with Hymer Leichtmetalbau GmbH & Co KG.

Hymer, who are based in the picturesque Bavarian region of southern Germany, have built up a worldwide reputation for quality aluminium products over their 50-year history, and are renowned for their Red Stripe range of professional ladders for trade and home use. We have been to Germany to see how they are made and we can promise you, we were very impressed!

Now, together with Hymer Leichtmetalbau, we have been able to significantly extend our product range to the benefit of everyone working at height, and who requires professional standards for their ladders, scaffolding and mobile scaffold towers.

To see what we are talking about, why not look at one or two of our product videos to see the ladders in action?

We are particularly impressed by the Hymer ladders' built-in safety features such as deep, non-slip steps, high-strength restraining straps and tough anodized stiles - and, of course, by the fact that everything is made to exacting European manufacturing standards, as explained on Hymer's website.

You may already be familiar with Hymer's patented Universal Ladder Stabiliser (surely everyone ought to have at least one of these?!), the useful bucket hook and the lightweight folding step, as these have been part of our product range since 2008 when our partnership with Hymer began.

Now Sterk Systems can offer a new selection from Hymer's Red Stripe ladder range, including a choice of tough but lightweight step ladders and some versatile three-section combination ladders.

For anyone on a budget, or who does not require trade specification products, the Alpe Combination ladder is a good choice as it can be set up to be self-supporting or fully extended to a working height of 4.81 metres, and is manufactured to the European safety standard DIN EN 131.

Our carefully chosen products will enable professionals and DIYers to find exactly the right ladder for their needs when working at height. For full details of all the Hymer range of ladders and accessories available in the UK exclusively through Sterk Systems, please see here or contact us directly on 0845 2570235.


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