If you are responsible for the movement of people and goods around your buildings, then meet lift experts Stannah at the Facilities Show at London’s Excel this June.
When it comes to lift portfolio management, the British lift specialists have all the answers – find them at Stand T850 from 19-21 June.
Stannah look after more than 91,000 lift and escalator products nationwide and have supplied and fitted nearly 50,000 lifts.
A 150 year pedigree means their knowhow and expertise is simply invaluable to Facilities Professionals with the responsibility for lift portfolios.
Stannah deliver new lift equipment and replacement, plus maintenance, refurbishment of existing equipment and servicing locally from their network of service branches throughout the UK.
Their services encompass all lift types, from all manufacturers, not just their own equipment. With more than 360 highly-trained lift engineers, they can give advice on day to day maintenance, all the latest standards and guidelines and how to update existing equipment to greaten efficiency and save energy.
Lift equipment on single and/or multiple sites may have a plethora of functions and Stannah have them all covered.
Their product range extends from loading bay systems to goods lifts and service lifts and high rise passenger lifts to low-rise platform lifts; from escalators to moving walkways – and everything in between.
This means one supplier to provide all your lifting needs with assured maintenance in a single package, meaning less administration, greater efficiency and better value.
Stannah have a wealth of customers in every market sector; they look after almost 1200 lifts for Network Rail and all the lifts on Docklands Light Railway, plus they install, refurbish and maintain lifts for universities, hospitals, local authorities, housing associations, high-street retailers and supermarkets, restaurants, clubs and pubs and commercial offices.
Download a Stannah Q&D booklet by clicking here, or equally you can pick one up at the show.
Phone: 01264 343777
Fax: 01264 337942
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