This year’s AMR show at the new China International Exhibition Centre, Beijing, was a coin rattling success – with PCL’s new ACCURA Forecourt inflation tower with RMB mechanism taking centre stage.
The PCL and TECALEMIT brands proved a winning combination. PCL’s airline tools and tyre inflation range coupled with products from the TECALEMIT portfolio of fluid handling and fuel dispensing products, including those suitable for AdBlue®, have consolidated to form a first class supply of quality products.
The main draw from PCL was the new ACCURA Forecourt with RMB coin-op option, designed to meet the exacting and testing demands of the modern petrol forecourt while also providing an attractive and stylish appearance.
Alongside the self-contained inflation tower, other PCL products of note included: the innovative NEXUS Nitrogen generation and inflation solution; the new handheld Digital Inflator Gauge – ideal for workshops in need of a professional tool that won’t break the bank; and PCL’s comprehensive range of air tools and accessories.
Sharing PCL’s limelight were a select range of TECALEMIT products, including the TMS oil management system range; a new MasterDrainer 80 mobile waste oil extraction and collection device; and a wide range of pumps, reels and fuel extraction products.
Simon Shorter, PCL’s General Manager of Subsidiary Companies: “This was a highly successful show for us and a great opportunity to work with the HORNGROUP to showcase both world-leading brands of PCL and TECALEMIT.
“One of the biggest draws at the show was our new ACCURA Forecourt inflation tower – the latest example of PCL’s pioneering design capabilities. The RMS coin mechanism means additional flexibility for forecourt operators in China needing a self-contained inflation tower which is easy for customers to operate. Overall the show gave us the opportunity to meet with new and existing customers and obtain feedback so that we can continue to operate excellent customer service and develop products like the ACCURA Forecourt, which meet the specific needs of the local market.”