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ACCESS 2008 SHOW PREVIEW

POWER, QUALITY & SERVICE FROM AVS STEPS AT THIS YEARS’ CTA SHOW

At this year’s Access 2008, AVS Steps will be launching two exciting new products to compliment their world-renown range of electric and foot operated cassette steps.

The first and most significant is the AVS Power Door, which has been conceived and developed by AVS Steps for Mercedes-Benz as a factory fitted product of choice for Sprinter Minibuses.

The AVS Power Door provides a quality, yet cost effective solution for operators wanting the benefits of a power door on a standard passenger carrying vehicle.

The AVS Power Door has been designed to neatly fit onto the vehicle’s hinged door, and when used in conjunction with an AVS electric step provides a practical solution to passenger access, as the driver has complete control of the electrically-operated passenger door and step direct from the cab.

In 2009, AVS Steps plans to modify the Power Door design created for Mercedes-Benz, which also suits the VW Crafter, for all other popular marques.

The second product launch for AVS Steps is the introduction of the new LXM manual parallelogram step, which comes as a result of customer demand in both the UK and Europe for this highly popular ‘scissor-action’ style step.
Visitors to AVS Steps’ stand at Access 2008 will also be able to see the company’s full range of steps, including the EX and SL Series, which were launched at the CTA’s show in 2008.

In addition to the products, AVS Steps, as the only step manufacturer that provides a nationwide fitting service, will be promoting its new fixed priced service packages for both steps and lifts.

For further information, contact AVS Steps on 01948 880010, email sales@avssteps.co.uk or visit www.avssteps.co.uk.
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