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Goods Lifts in the Midlands

Lödige have recently finished the installation of a multi floor goods lift in the Midlands. The end client needed a safe and easy way to transport goods between floors.

The way that the people of the UK shop has changed drastically over the last 2 years.

With more people shopping on the internet than ever, warehouses and distribution centres are expanding to keep up with demand. To make the most of their current footprint, the most cost efficient way to expand is by building up. Some warehouses have up to 6 mezzanine floors all housing goods. The safest and easiest way to move the goods between floors is by using a goods lift. A goods lift is cost efficient and practical.

On this particular project, this goods only lift is a Sherpa that has an 8 meter travel. Over 3 stops, this goods lift can move loads of just under 3,000kg at a time. This mezzanine lift will hugely improve productivity for this warehouse creating a better service all round for their customers. The Sherpa is a free standing goods lift that does not require a pit, motor room or shaft.

All products are designed and manufactured in house at the Lödige Industries factory in Warburg, Germany. The factory has been in action since 1965 and has produced thousands of products. Lödige is a privately owned company that as strong core values, all employees take great pride and monitor each stage of manufacture closely.

There is an experience and highly qualified team of engineers based in the UK that carry out the installations across the nation for Lödige UK.

As well as goods lifts, Lödige also specialise in car lifts, lorry lifts and automated car parking systems. For all products, help and assistance is offered with budget costs, specifications, design, drawings and tenders. Working closing with architects, contractors and end clients Lödige UK has built up an extensive client base with many impressive reference sites.

For more information or for help with your project – get in touch with the UK office.