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Skylotec

The company was founded in 1947 by Eduard Kaufmann. He was the first German ISO 9001-certifiled training organisation. The company has been providing employers for years with measures to prevent specific individual workplace hazards by offering education and training. Skylotec has over 65 years of experience in innovation that are contained in every product for fall protection. Skylotec supplies safety harnesses and stretcher to the underground mining sites. We design and manufacture personal fall safety and rescue equipment.

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Po Box 53St Clair NSW 2759
Phone: 0467 070 511
en.skylotec-industry.com

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