Kymco has reported a highly successful Naidex show having taken what it described as a ‘flood of orders’ for its new K-Lite Comfort and Mini Comfort mobility chairs.
With a focus on comfort mobility products, Kymco attracted a significant number of dealers to its stand as it launched its new chairs.
The first ever K-Lite Comfort sale went to the Ability Plus who celebrated the occasion with Keir French and Mark Hermolle.
The new K-Movie, front wheel drive, manoeuvrable powered mobility-chair also received positive reviews in its Rehab and Captain Seat variations, according to the firm.
The Kymco sales team highlighted how the Captain Seat version had recently passed the ISO 7176-19 crash test, to which dealers responded positively.
Kymco also brought along key members of staff to meet its dealers, which included David Adams, aftersales manager, David Kubica who runs the spares parts department and Gillian Harris from customer services featured below with the famous Samantha Renke.
At the show, managing director Mark Hermolle took the time to tell Access and Mobility Professional that the company remains buoyant and positive in spite of Brexit.