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UAE’s Arabian German buys two forklift attachments from UK firm

Sharjah-based precast firm, Arabian German, has purchased two J200 block-clamp forklift attachments from the UK’s B&B Attachments

Rated at 2,000kg, B&B Attachments’ J200 is designed for flag- and kerb-related applications.
Rated at 2,000kg, B&B Attachments’ J200 is designed for flag- and kerb-related applications.

Arabian German Co has purchased two J200 block-clamp forklift attachments from UK-headquartered equipment manufacturer, B&B Attachments.

The UAE-based precast concrete company, which has invested more than $21.8m (AED80m) into its Sharjah production facilities, will use the attachments for flag- and kerb-related applications.

The J200 block clamp, which forms part of B&B Attachments’ BlockMaster range, is rated at 2,000kg.

The attachment boasts an inside height of 600mm, an opening range of up to 1,100mm, and features side-shift functionality.

READ: Which attachments can optimise your operations?

Anwar Al-Azhari, manager of Arabian Germany, said: “These attachments provided by B&B Attachments have made a big difference to our onsite productivity.

“It is vital that we handle our full range of products in the safest and most efficient way, eliminating the risk of any damage to the concrete.

“B&B made the ordering process very simple for us, understanding our requirements and providing us with high-quality attachments that have not only met, but surpassed our [expectations],” he added.

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