Haynes Motor Museum Chooses Maywood

The world famous Haynes Motor Museum had a problem. How could they park 30 of their classic cars in just 10 parking spaces? Fortunately Maywood Group had the answer with their TRIPARK surface mounted, three car parking and storage system. Recently installed, Haynes are now able to store their cars comfortably and safely.
Trevor Homewood, Managing Director of Maywood commented that this was a unique requirement and "we have never had the problem of parking 30 cars in 10 spaces before where the customer wanted all the cars together and in a building not designed for it and with a height restriction. However we worked out a solution and the installation was completed in January".

Mike Strode, General Manager of Haynes Motor Museum said that it had solved their biggest problem. "We never knew that something like this existed. Maywood have certainly solved our problem. It is an amazing installation".

The Tripark and Multipark are capable of parking up to 10 cars high. This number would be for external use. These electro hydraulic parking lifts have all the required features including heavy runways, central drip trays, single or three phase ,emergency stop button, manual lowering in the case of power failure and a lowering speed regulated by a control valve. Suitable for both interior and exterior installation these lifts conform to all relevant European standards and can be designed and manufactured to individual requirements.
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