It is not just supermarkets and large retail stores that benefit from having a goods lift. Smaller high street stores with multi levels or basement store rooms need a safe way for goods to be moved between floors. Using a goods lift is much safer for the employee as it removes the need for heavy or bulky stock to be carried up and down stairs.
Goods being damaged back of house causes unnecessary profit loss for many companies across the UK. Once a packaging has been damaged, even though the goods may still be intact, a discount is then applied.
Lödige specialise in goods only lifts and goods lifts with attendants for retail stores, warehouses, distribution centres, self-storage units and factories. There is bespoke cabin sizes, loads and travel heights so the lifts can be tailored to suit your requirements. The Lödige goods lift range can be installed into existing or new buildings. As well as hydraulic goods lifts there is also standalone products that do not require a shaft to be built, a pit, or a motor room.
With more than 70 years of experience world wide and 30 years of experience in the UK, Lödige has thousands of reference sites. More than 50,000 projects have been completed worldwide so far.
All UK installations are carried out by highly qualified and experienced engineers who are based across the country. Having nationwide coverage, project delay is low risk.
The products sold by Lödige are designed and manufactured in house at the Lödige Industries factory in Warburg, Germany.
For more information or for assistance with your project, contact the UK office.