Liverpool Produce Terminal chooses Vulcascot to avoid terminal problems

Liverpool Produce Terminal chooses Vulcascot to avoid terminal problems

Flexible floor laid cable protectors from Vulcascot have been fitted at Liverpool Produce Terminal.

One of Europe’s most modern and atmosphere controlled processing plants, serving 30 million fresh produce consumers in the north of England, LPT found that it needed to cover the danger of unprotected cables on the production floor.

The huge facility, situated at the heart of Britain’s central deep sea container port in Liverpool’s Royal Seaforth Docks, processes fresh produce 24 hours a day supplying central depots of the major supermarkets in the north of England.

 

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