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Fighting the Access Cold War: 5 Steps to Ramp (Maintenance) Peace & Harmony

Posted on: February 19th, 2015 by Beth Brown No Comments

Winter is no walk in the park.  As a matter of fact, walking can be nothing short of an extreme sport.  Now imagine pushing and pulling 400 pounds on wheels, on a decent, landing on icy pavement.  Most of us say –no thanks; not our guys in the foodservice delivery trenches – this is their […]

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Top 5 Randall Ramps Questions from the Road – Answered, Randall Access Style

Posted on: July 31st, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

The Road Team is talking to the people.  We’re learning more and more about life on the road and how our Access product line can help get to punchout easier and safer.  We tip our hats to our friends in the trenches who bring the goods no matter the what the elements.   (Q)  What’s […]

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Cooler Heads Prevail On The Randall Access Road Tour

Posted on: July 23rd, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

On The Road – The Randall Access Road Tour set-up shop at a dealer open house last week.  We were talking to the people who deliver the goods every day, install the equipment that keeps the drivers safe and productive, and the guys who spec the equipment that keep the wheels on the road. It’s […]

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Road Tour: Randall Folding Walkramp

Road Tour Observation #1: Four Legs Are Better Than Two

Posted on: July 3rd, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

The Randall Road Tour says to our friends in foodservice delivery – c’mon give it a spin, a walk, a lift, a pull – you’ll see what we’re talking about. The Randall Folding Walkramp hands down is anything but your standard folding ramp.  Our engineers did what they do best – noodled over how to […]

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Proud To Be Made In America

Posted on: July 2nd, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

With the Fourth of July around the corner, we are proud to be ” Made in America ” and support America’s workforce.  Manufacturing represents a whopping 67% of private-sector R&D spending as well as 30% of the country’s productivity growth. Every $1 of manufacturing activity returns $1.48 to the economy.*  For the first time in […]

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Randall Access Road Tour: We’re On A Mission

Posted on: June 27th, 2014 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

  Randall Access Road Tour –  we’re bringing the products to the people – people.  The Randall Access Road Tour is 21 righteous feet of Full On Randall Access products – Randall Safety Walkramps, Randall Steps, and the soon to be released Randall Elevated Platform.  We know you gotta see these products – kick the […]

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That’s Right – NEVER Flip Your Walkramp Panel Again

Posted on: May 15th, 2014 by Logan Anglewicz No Comments

  What’s the big flippin’ deal to NOT have to flip your walkramp panel?  You might flip your pancakes, flip a coin, or maybe even flip a lid from time to time.  But you don’t flip a walkramp panel.  This is your engine, your rock, your good buddy that gets you through the battlefield a […]

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Visit Randall Access at NPTC 2014

Posted on: April 8th, 2014 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

Randall Access will be exhibiting at this year’s National Private Truck Council (NPTC) Annual Conference & Exhibit taking place April 13-15 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  We will be showcasing our market-changing Walkramps, Steps, and our 2014 concept product – the Elevated Platform– in booth #129. “Drivers and fleet managers alike are looking for a line of […]

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Randall Ramps & Testa Produce: Take a Ride on the Wild Side

Posted on: March 3rd, 2014 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

  Family-owned Testa Produce is embracing green technology in its new 91,000-square-foot facility.  The new plant is equipped with 180 photovoltaic solar panels (for electricity) and the first 238-foot free-standing wind turbine in Chicago.  It doesn’t stop there – the entire plant, including refrigerated and frozen areas, has energy-efficient LED lighting. These and many more […]

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Truck Drivers in Winter Weather

Foodservice Delivery Drivers: Tell Jack Frost(bite) to Take a Hike

Posted on: February 11th, 2014 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

With one of the coldest winters on record, cold weather can cause serious injury.  Frostbite and hypothermia are cold-related emergencies that may quickly become life or limb threatening.  Know the signs and symptoms to avoid severe injury. FROSTBITE – is the freezing of a body part such as fingers, toes, the nose or ear. SYMPTOMS:  […]

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