Unipart Dorman releases the latest edition of the Lightweight Signalling E-Handbook
A complete guide to our Lightweight Signalling range.
15 November 2016 21:11:27

We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new E-Handbook for Lightweight Signalling - an online 'flip-book' of our complete Lightweight Signalling range. 

The E-Handbook will provide you with much greater flexibility when searching for products CLICK HERE to try it for yourself!

With this new version, you also have the option to do the following:

  • Download the full handbook or individual pages
  • Print pages
  • Share content
  • Bookmark pages

The E-Handbook is now live on our website - CLICK HERE to view it now and see how easy it is use (it is best viewed in full screen format).

We would love to hear your feedback so please do get in touch with any comments that you may have.

The Latest Generation in Signalling

Lightweight Signals from Unipart Dorman deliver substantial cost savings on any project through the reduction in installation, operating and lifetime ownership costs. 

Worker safety is maximised as a result of the maintenance free design, by removing working at height risks and minimising overall exposure to risk.

For more information, please contact us using our Online Enquiry Form here
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Nicola Holt

Infrastructure Marketing Manager
I am the Infrastructure Marketing Manager and have worked at Unipart Rail for almost 10 years, most of my time is spent supporting Unipart Dorman in both the Rail & Traffic sectors, we cover a wide area so I often attend overseas exhibitions. I love cooking & enjoying a nice glass of wine or two with friends.
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