BiGDUG Offer A Heavy Duty Solution To Hanging Winter Garments

Gloucester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 25, 2009 -- BiGDUG, a leading supplier of shelving, racking and associated products and accessories, have the perfect solution for retailers and clothing outlets this winter with their MAX range of heavy duty racking that is ideal for hanging heavier garments for the winter season.

Heavy winter garments can pose a significant problem for retailers, as lighter racking can warp under the weight, or outlets are forced to reduce the stock on their shop floor so as not to overload their normal garment rails, but BiGDUG's MAX range of heavy duty garment racking provides a simple, affordable solution.

Frames for the MAX garment racking range are available in three heights, which can be combined with two different sized beams, all of which can be easily assembled with each frame able to support beams on both sides, thus saving both space and money. Furthermore, with a 1500mm beam capable of supporting 80kgs, it also combines ease-of-use with heavy-duty performance, allowing retailers to maintain larger stock levels of winter garments.

"The MAX range of garment racking is ideal for clothing retailers to display their winter ranges," commented Doug Nourse of BiGDUG. "They can be configured to fit any floor space and offer an attractive, practical, heavy-duty solution for storing and displaying heavy winter garments such as coats and jackets."

To find out more about BiGDUG and their heavy duty garment racking products, visit or call 0845 966 6000.

About BiGDUG Limited

Established in 2004, BiGDUG offer high quality storage products including shelving, racking and accessories, which all meet EU quality standards and are backed by BiGDUG's satisfaction guarantee. BiGDUG also use their own distribution centre to ensure swift delivery, shipping thousands of parcels every week across the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 25, 2009 at 3:48 am
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