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Stannah 150 – now there’s something to celebrate

Facilities Show – Facilities S790

Stannah is celebrating 150 years of engineering expertise in 2017 – so say hello on Stand S790 at the Facilities Show, ExCel from 20-22 June 2017 and join in the celebrations. You could win an exciting lifting experience, a trip for two in a hot air balloon.

Established by Joseph Stannah in 1867, the company made cranes and hoists for the London docklands. Five generations later and still independent and family-run, the 21st century Stannah is currently looking after 91,000 lifts, from all manufacturers, right across the UK.

That’s a lot of happy facilities professionals sleeping at night!

Of course, Stannah also supply a comprehensive list of products and services, including escalators, moving walkways, passenger and platform lifts, service and goods lifts, homelifts and stairlifts.

New for 2017 is a loading systems department supporting all loading bay equipment for many retail and logistics clients.

There’s quite a story of survival, diversification and innovation over 150 years – and plenty of exciting plans for the next generation of products and services in the safe hands of this proud British company.

Read the full story at www.stannahlifts.co.uk/150

 Register to attend Facilities Show

Progress your FM career by developing your skills at the largest gathering of facilities managers, Facilities Show on 20-22 June at ExCeL London. With access to BIFM, IOSH, NEBOSH and the FPA, you’ll benefit from CPD accredited seminars and workshops, as well as information about courses specific to your development. 

You’ll also have unrestricted access to the Facilities Show theatre that will deliver engaging, interactive debates. 

Your complimentary badge will also give you access to Safety & Health Expo, IFSEC International, FIREX International, Service Management Expo and Professional Clothing Show, all running at the same time.

Register to attend today

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