Rehasense UK office and distribution centre

As part of its ongoing expansion, Cornwall-based Rehasense UK has recently doubled the size of its office and distribution centre to over 7,000 square foot.

By taking over the neighbouring unit and doublings capacity, Rehasense can now hold up to 5000 rollators and 2000 wheelchairs at any one time and still have room for the recently launched Power Assisted Wheelchair Systems (PAWS) and the Rehasense Training Academy.

Lee French, Managing Director Rehasense UK commented: “Following the uncertainly and challenges of 2020, 2021 has been an exciting year for Rehasense UK.

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“We have launched several new products including the PAWS (Power Assisted Wheelchair Systems), Icon 35 wheelchairs and TrackWheel and by increasing our warehouse capacity, we can comfortably accommodate our growing UK dealer network and the subsequent increase in daily orders.”

Lee and the team will be on stand H10 at Naidex later this month, where they will be available to demonstrate the recent product launches along with other products from the Rehasense portfolio and discuss potential retailer opportunities.

The Rehasense product range includes mobility aids such as rollators and wheelchairs along with additional mobility aids.

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