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EZ-Access opens up commercial market for providers

September 30, 2020HME News Staff

ALGONA, Wash. - EZ -Access has released a commercial-grade ramp system exclusively for DME providers. The Pathway HD Code Compliant Modular Access System meets compliance standards set by the ADA, IBC and other local codes, and is appropriate for schools, businesses, hospitals, libraries, museums, churches, polling places and other public establishments, the company says. “You asked and we answered,” said Don Everard, CEO and co-owner of EZ -Access. “By providing this system, our...

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Complete Access expands on East Coast

November 25, 2019HME News Staff

BUCKLEY, Wash. - Complete Access Co. has added 50,000 square feet of manufacturing space in Ohio to better serve the Eastern seaboard, the Great Lakes region and Canada. The company also has manufacturing plants strategically located in the Northwest, where it is based, and the Southeastern U.S. Its products include ADA stairs and decking, ADA ramps and easy kits, and residential ramps. They also include OSHA stairs and decking. Complete Access Co. is a division of Integrated Stair Systems.

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Pride exits lift, ramp biz

December 4, 2018HME News Staff

EXETER, Pa. - Pride Mobility Products has sold its lifts and ramps division to Harmar Mobility.The move allows Pride to focus on its efforts developing consumer-driven mobility products for its scooter, power chair and lift chair product lines.“We are pleased that Harmar has acquired our lifts and ramps division,” said Scott Meuser, chairman and CEO. “Our business is about consumers, and this change allows us to give consumers more of what they desire in our mobility products. We...

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Cortec Group corners ramp, lift market

May 24, 2013HME News Staff

NEW YORK - Cortec Group, a New York-based private equity firm, now has a stake in both a manufacturer and a provider of ramps, lifts and other mobility equipment.Cortec, which already owns Harmar Mobility, has formed an equity partnership with Wilmington, N.C.-based 101 Mobility. The provider operates 30 locations, primarily through a franchise program.“After launching our franchise program in 2010, we have experienced a rapid rate of growth,” stated CEO Dave Pazgan, who, along with founders...

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