Friday, May 09, 2008

KSE's Cordless LED Cap Lamps New Users


Following the huge leap in sales in Germany KSE's lamps are now taking off in the UK.
New customers include ITM working on the London Underground,
Cleveland Potash's rescue team and surface mine.
Lanes for Drains sewer relining team,
and Clearwell Caves.
Quite a few cavers have caught the bug to with our non AtEx lamps

KSE's Cordless LED Cap Lamps New Users

 /></a><br />Following the huge leap in sales in Germany KSE's lamps are now taking off in the UK.<br />New customers include ITM working on the London Underground,<br />Cleveland Potash's rescue team and surface mine.<br />Lanes for Drains sewer relining team,<br />and Clearwell Caves.<br />Quite a few cavers have caught the bug to with our non AtEx lamps
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