When it comes to transporting goods, many people first think of goods lifts. Goods lifts can be a cost-efficient and space-saving solution for transporting goods between different floors. While goods lifts are primarily assigned to large goods centres or production halls, goods lifts are an indispensable means of transport in many other sectors such as the catering and hotel industry, retail or the healthcare sector.
In which area can goods lifts be used?
Whether in production facilities, logistics and distribution warehouses, event and shopping centres, hospitals, in the catering trade or retail trade - goods lifts significantly improve the flow of goods.
In production halls, goods can be transported faster and easier between different levels using goods lifts. Installation without building modifications, as with the SHERPA, is very advantageous for owners. Logistics companies also benefit from its use. Compact and space-saving to install, the goods lift can be easily integrated into existing racking systems. In hospitals, medicine, clean linen and food are delivered daily. A centrally located passenger or bed lift is often not sufficient. Since the delivery is almost always at the back of the building, a goods lift is required for optimal logistics.
Warehouse, retailer, and self-storage – Goods Lifts in the UK at a glance
- Efficient and safe goods lifts optimize performance for a large online shopping retailer’s warehouse: The top online fashion retailer improves its productivity, efficiency and safety to meeting higher market demands. Read more
- Bespoke twin goods lifts enhancing space and time in Holland and Barrett’s warehouse: We installed two SHERPA goods lifts with multi-level and multi-directional stops, including one for a future mezzanine level. Read more
- Customised goods lift matching corporate colour of Pink Hippo Self-Storage: In 2018, we have supplied a customised goods lift in bright pink for the new Pink Hippo self-storage building in Reading. Read more