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Safe, innovative, productive shoring systems


System Overview

RMD's world class shoring systems have been proven around the globe for their versatility, speed to erect and dismantle, unparalled strength to weight ratios, and effectiveness. Having been used in projects ranging from some of the world's most iconic structures to the biggest civil engineering projects, and all stages between. RMD has consistently demonstrated that the prowess of its products when combined with its world class sales and engineering teams creates a winning formula for your projects.


  • RMD has over 60 years experience in the construction industry. Our Shoring and propping solutions are designed to help you save time and money, either through superior strength to weight ratios or through clever design innovations, and often both in combination.


  • All our shoring and propping systems are engineered with safety in mind. Our Engineering and design teams are trained to ensure that our solutions maximise the unique characteristics of each system. Selecting a shoring or propping solution from RMD will provide piece of mind, whatever the project that you are working on.


  • RMD's versatile shoring solutions have been proven all over the world from huge civil engineering projects to small commercial projects. The versatility of our range of shoring systems is unrivalled in the industry, from heavy duty Megashor, to light weight Alshor Plus, from speedy Rapidshor to dependable Superslim we have the right shoring system for your needs.

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If you have an questions or comments or would like further information relating to our products and services please do not hesitate to contact your local branch.

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