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COMPANY HOLIDAY from December 19, 2020 to January 10, 2021

Dear Sir or Madam,

Christmas is just around the corner and an eventful year is drawing to a close. We would therefore like to thank you most sincerely for your loyalty and trust this year!

In the period from December 19, 2020 to January 10, 2021 inclusive, we will allow ourselves a break. During this time, both our office and our shipping department are closed. We ask for your understanding that your orders cannot be processed during this time. Orders are of course still possible. Orders and incoming payments received after December 18, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. can only be processed again from January 11, 2021.

We wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a healthy and successful New Year in 2021.
Team RO-FLEX.

News from RO-FLEX

Overview of news, current dates and information, news, trivia.

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News from RO-FLEX

Overview of news, current dates and information, news, trivia.

The shade sail is the most flexible sun protection system and probably the best suited for use at a cemetery or mourning hall.
Shade sails by RO-FLEX – the ultimate source of shade. Sun protection sails especially for nurseries and day-care centres. Find out more now!
Watch what can happen when there is not enough space between a car and the tarmac. Of course, such dramatic collisions can be avoided.
The first video from the series “Rofinchen presents.” Today our digital employee Rofinchen will familiarise you with the RO-FLEX wheelchair ramps.
Grass grid tiles provide supreme fall protection combined with a natural appearance. In this video we show you how easy it is to lay grass grid tiles.
Prevent your car bottoming out with RO-FLEX kerb ramps. The ramps can be placed next to each other, creating a smooth “hill.” Thus the vehicle is raised and smoothly mounts the kerb.
If the vehicle is too low or the kerb too high, a quick solution to this problem is often sought. Some people reach for wooden or metal planks and particularly skilled handymen quickly create their own concrete track ramp.
Roger Scholz on the cleaning machine he built for playground sand. At the front a bucket conveyor transports the dirty sand upwards. It is sifted and, after the cleaning, falls back onto the ground. The bucket conveyor can be lowered. This way it can scoop up sand from a depth of 40 centimetres.
Laying down kerb ramps at the crossing to the new town hall in Karlstadt brought the town one step closer to achieving accessibility for users of walking frame, wheelchairs and pushchairs.
The market town Schöllkrippen has created a little more accessibility at three pedestrian crossings for wheelchair and walking frame users and people with pushchairs. Cost-effective rubber ramps are being put to the test.