Malton Laser has provided a series of specially laser cut components to SG Technical Systems for an ambulance access ramp that’s been awarded a Queens Award for Enterprise in Innovation.
The award-winning EasyLoad wheelchair and stretcher ramp is used in ambulances across the UK has a proven track record of being both highly-robust and reliable. These attributes have led to substantial cost savings for operators, as well as ensuring ambulances can be kept in service thanks to the virtual elimination of ramp faults.
Simon Chacksfield, managing director of SG Technical Systems, said: “We have a great working relationship with the Malton Laser team – the expert engineers always deliver a high-quality, reliable service and end product at the right price, which is why 80% of our laser cutting requirements, as well as our fabrication, powder coating and welding needs, are serviced by the specialists.”
“The Malton Laser team played a big part in us winning the Queens Award for Enterprise in Innovation and we look forward to working with the team as we move forward to bring further new, innovative products to the sector.”
Charles Corner, managing director of Malton Laser, added: “We’re really proud to have worked on a project that has been recognised with a Queens Award – one of the most prestigious awards a business can receive.”
Malton Laser specialises in providing a full sheet metalwork service, from laser cutting and pressing to fabricating, powder coating and assembly.