lJackson and co ltd

Self recovery matting
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Self recovery matting

ID: 567 Ref MOD: 11723    Location: DN10 6ET, Doncaster, The UK
Units Available:   500
NEW
Mileage Hrs/Kms: 0
Year of Manufacture:
Export Requirements:  
The price: P.O.A.

The construction of these rolls of recovery matting, is from a composite material. This enables them to be rolled up for storage and then rolled out when needed. They are also very lightweight.

The approx dimensions of the recovery sheets are:
Length: 3000mm
Width: 500mm
Thickness: 12mm
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GENERAL TERMS + Payment terms 30% with order, remaining 70% prior to shipment after satisfactory inspection
For complete Terms & Conditions See Main Website. Details

SPARE PARTS + We stock parts and accessories for every application: transmissions, repair kits, tyres, engines, undercarriage, belts, oils, filters and so much more! We have a full stock of spare parts, new and second hand. These parts are always on stock which avoids and delays in ordering.

SHIPPING SHIPPING We can arrange shipping from our yard to your door worldwide.
- We deliver to over 150 countries


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Materials and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Featured machines in photos may include additional equipment. The specification do not necessarily show the standard version of the machine.
Ask our manager for available options.
Yard, repair shops and office Address: (BY APPOINTMENT ONLY)

The Rocket Site, Misson, Nr. Bawtry, Doncaster, United Kingdom
09.00 - 17.00 hrs Monday - Friday
Not available on Saturday's or Sunday's

Click for call +44 (0)1302 770485 London Time (GMT) 09.00 - 17.00 hrs Monday - Friday only
Sales & Marketing: David Vitalio, Michael Thompson E-mail: ku.oc.kuymra@yriuqne

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