Shipping container ramps lightweight aluminium

  • Lightweight aluminium container ramp
  • British made
  • For use with pallet trucks, sack trucks or supermarket style cages on wheels
  • HD plastic handles for ease of movement
  • 2 x 1m ramp
  • 40kg in weight
Price from: £545.00 +VAT

How to Order

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Product Description

In addition to our forklift shipping container ramp, we now offer this British made lightweight aluminium ramp for use with pallet trucks.

Weighing in at just 40kg, this lightweight aluminum ramp can be lifted by two people using the HD plastic handles located on either side of the ramp, making them ideal for sites that do not have access to a forklift to move the ramp between containers when needed.

The lightweight aluminium ramps are to be used on shipping containers that are either sat on the ground or slightly elevated and this ramp can be used on a floor that has a maximum height of 250mm above the ground. They feature a unique anti-slip floor with a secure, flat top plate that sits on the container floor. This product cannot be used with refrigerated containers.

Aluminum Container Ramp Loading and dimensions

Our standard aluminium ramp can withstand a safe working load of 750kg. For heavier loads, you will need our shipping container forklift ramps. However, we can make bespoke aluminium ramps that can support up to 2000kg.

The standard ramp measures 2 x 1m.

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British made

This ramp is made in the UK and has a current lead-time of around 3 weeks from payment of our invoice.

Aluminum Container Ramp Prices

The standard aluminum ramp costs £545.00 + £50.00 (VAT extra) for delivery in England and Wales and £70.00 for Scotland. Offshore delivery prices – POA where available. Delivery is made during normal office hours using a courier service.

Before you purchase any of our ramps, it’s essential you check the flooring of your container at the entrance to ensure it isn’t broken/damaged. If the floor is damaged in any way, we strongly urge you to have it repaired before using our ramps to avoid any accidents.

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