Lödige commercial lifts are used in a wide range of environments and are often installed in functionally operating buildings and facilities without the need for the business to close, due to the experience and speed of the installation team.
However, we are also frequently brought in when new buildings are being constructed or existing buildings are being redeveloped, as the supplier of choice when it comes to good quality and reliable commercial lifts for businesses that include shops, warehouses, storage facilities, car parking facilities, and manufacturing plants.
We are always looking for ways in which we can make life more straightforward for our clients which is why we are partnered with NBS Source, for clients working in construction and building development looking to introduce commercial lifts into the building design.
Lödige - available on NBS Source
NBS Source is a construction product search tool that enables building designers to easily find products and manufacturers for projects, including data such as structure properties, technical information, and product comparison features.
The tool makes it easier for building designers to specify the exact product they want and add it directly into the project specification and/or into 3D models with NBS Chorus and Autodesk Revit integrations.
Lödige’s range of commercial lift products is available in NBS Source, including car lifts, car parking systems, goods lifts, and heavy goods lifts. This means that it is possible to place Lödige commercial lifts directly into any building plans or designs, making life easier for architects, structural engineers, and specifiers as well as ensuring the most up-to-date information is available to view at all times with no delays due to lack of technical specifications.
Specifying Lodige Commercial lifts.
You can view our NBS Source page here, with full specification information on our products, or if you have any questions you’d like to ask us directly, on goods lifts, heavy goods lifts, or car parking solutions, get in touch with the team at Lodige today.