Bespoke business leads to factory expansion

Increasing demand for Translyft Lifting Technology bespoke lifts by companies across the UK has led to investment in factory expansion and significant capital budget dedicated solely to supporting UK demand and service levels.

Translyft, headquartered in Dybvad in North Jutland Denmark has just completed the expansion and the new facility can be seen towards the bottom of this aerial photograph.

George Scholes, MD of Lifting Technology said ‘ As a result of this dedicated facility and increasing demand we have the capacity and resources to ensure we can continue to provide a responsive, second-to none service on bespoke projects. 9 out of 10 lifts we supply is a bespoke one. The new extension has a higher roof with overhead cranes to assemble the really big projects. This enables production of the smaller lifts to continue in the original facility un-hindered from the movements of the larger components. Customer Service is our top priority and this type of investment ensures we are able to continue to deliver bespoke projects quickly to our customer’s deadlines’.

All Translyft lifts are manufactured in Denmark to the company’s high quality specifications.

The factory site covers an area as big as two football stadiums and more than 70 engineers are based on the Danish site.