Company details for The Platform Lift Company Ltd

The Platform Lift Company Ltd

  • 0125 (Display number) 01256 896000
Millside House
Anton Mill Road
Andover Hampshire SP10 2RW United Kingdom

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About us

Hampshire based, The Platform Lift Company are one of the UK's leading suppliers and installers of platform and passenger lifts for disabled access. We offer a comprehensive range of lift products to suit all environments and applications. With expertise in all business sectors, including Heritage, Education, Sports and Leisure, Restaurants and Residential.

All of our lifts are designed to suit individual projects, whether you need a simple dumb waiter goods lift, a platform lift for a school or a high end lift for residential use, we can design, supply, fit and maintain the perfect lift solution for any site.

Our highly comprehensive tailored service starts immediately with our friendly experienced sales team, followed by our skilled drawing specification and site surveys. We work with you every step of the way from your first enquiry to the lifetime maintenance of your lift.

Please visit our website to view our range of products or call us to request a brochure or to request further information.

Articles/Press Releases

  • 12/04/2018 - Danish design enhances product offering
    The Platform Lift Company is proud to announce it has become a UK distributor for award-winning Danish company Liftup who are renowned for their innovative design of assistance products.
  • 26/10/2017 - Interlift 2017
    Internatinal Trade Fair for Elevators, Components & Accessories 17-20 October/Messe Augsburg
  • 07/09/2017 - Cantilever lift takes Platform Lift Company to the next level
    The Platform Lift Company is proud to introduce its new Cantilever product to the lift industry.
  • 01/09/2017 - European lift companies will go through a somewhat more difficult summer
    It seems that these summer months will be a little more complicated for those lift companies in Europe who are to install new lifts that are not adapted to the new harmonized regulations yet.
  • 01/09/2017 - The Platform Lift Company always ahead of the GAME
    We were approached by GAME because of our reputation in the industry, to compete in a tender exercise for their new flagship UK store in Bristol.
  • 18/07/2017 - Why do I need to have my equipment maintained?
    There are statutory legal requirements for owners to have equipment maintained such as lifts, lifting platforms, stairlifts, escalators and moving walks if they are:
  • 14/06/2017 - How a simple lift can improve Health & Safety in the workplaceNational Restaurant Chain - Wagamamas
    For the openings in Bluewater & York, national restaurant chain Wagamama specified the installation of a pair of goods lifts or ‘dumb waiters’ to maximise operational efficiency of each restaurant.
  • 20/01/2017 - Access for all is not going to go away, make a change for the better in 2017
    Tweets and news stories regarding disabled access appear to be on the increase. With both the Disability Discrimination Act and The Equality Act it states that reasonable measures should be made but it might not be long before this is a legal requirement.
  • 18/11/2016 - Holiday Park Show offer extended until end of November 2016
  • 13/10/2016 - Everyones' Responsibility
    The Manual Handling Regulations give advice on preventing injury through poor handling practice and remind employees and employers that this can cause musculoskeletal disorders, which account for one-third of all injuries suffered at work.
  • 12/10/2016 - National Restaurant Chain - Wagamamas
    For the openings in Bluewater & York, national restaurant chain Wagamama specified the installation of a pair of goods lifts or ‘dumb waiters’ to maximise operational efficiency of each restaurant.
  • 06/09/2016 - Cantilever Wheelchair Lift
    This Wheelchair Lift was shortlisted for Best In Show at the 2014 Naidex exhibition at the NEC. And it isn't hard to see why, with its novel approach to overcoming every day access problems.
  • 21/01/2016 - New Plans by Scientists to Build a Space Platform Lift
    Would you like a trip to outer space? Then take the lift. This is the idea of Canadian company Thoth Technology, which hopes to build an inflatable elevator to space. The idea is to construct a platform lift that can take cargo from the surface of the Earth 20 kilometres (12 miles) into the stratosphere.
  • 21/01/2016 - The Most Exciting Lifts In The World
    When you think of a lift, you probably imagine a simple platform lift that moves passengers or goods from one floor to another. However, they don’t have to be this simple, and there are some fantastic examples of lift design throughout the globe. From the strangest and the coolest to the fastest and those with amazing views, here we look at ten of the world’s most exciting lifts.
  • 21/01/2016 - The Paternoster – The Rotating Platform Lift
    There are only two working paternoster lifts left in Britain today, one of which is in the library at the University of Essex and another at the University of Leicester.
  • 12/08/2015 - The Royal Glen Hotel
    Platform Lift for Grade 1 Listed Building
  • 24/06/2015 - The Godolphin House
    An ancient and atmospheric estate with a medieval garden and historic house
  • 16/06/2015 - Testing New ‘Super’ Lifts
    A building that is one kilometre tall is a serious feat of engineering. Another engineering feat is the method used to transport its occupants. Riding a super-fast lift one kilometre into the sky used to be thought of as something out of science fiction.
  • 10/04/2015 - Work begins on test tower for future elevators
    Towards the end of last year, ThyssenKrupp announced the first stage of their new test tower project in Germany. This will culminate in nine test towers being present on the site, which will become an innovation centre, increasing investment and job opportunities in the region. We announced similar plans from a competitor as companies look to build bigger, faster and far more advanced elevators.
  • 18/02/2015 - Testing New ‘Super’ Lifts
    A building that is one kilometre tall is a serious feat of engineering. Another engineering feat is the method used to transport its occupants. Riding a super-fast lift one kilometre into the sky used to be thought of as something out of science fiction. Today, it is urban planning. This is the challenge facing a Finnish lift company and world leader in lift technology, Kone, as it plans to install 65 lifts in the one-kilometre-high Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
  • 18/02/2015 - Turkey Propose Controversial Ban
    In a move that is certain to court a great deal of controversy, a regional governor in Turkey has proposed a restriction on lift usage in public buildings. The proposal will see a ban put in place on people using lifts to reach the first three floors of a building. The governor of the western province of Edirne has put forward the idea as part of an overall campaign to fight obesity. It is hoped that it will encourage people to use the stairs instead. The scheme is another step in the governor’
  • 18/02/2015 - Lifting the Blame – Who is Responsible if a Passenger Lift Breaks Down?
    The combination of technological advances and health and safety regulations has ensured that this is a rare circumstance. According to the Lift Operating and Lift Equipment Regulations (LOLER), owners and operators of lifts are required to make provisions for the quick release of any passengers that may be trapped in a lift.
  • 18/02/2015 - Market Make Up – Leia
    With space becoming more of an issue in the construction industry, there is a growing requirement to build taller buildings. This has increased the need for efficient lift systems. There have also been additional requirements to improve accessibility within buildings for those with disability issues. All of these factors have affected the lift industry and the overall make-up of the market.
  • 12/12/2014 - Government audit deems disabled access on the high street ‘shocking’
    Disabled accessibility on the British high streetA recent government audit of accessibility on the British high street found standards to be absolutely appalling. The audit took into account over 30,000 shops and restaurants across the UK, the BBC reports. Each of these venues were visited by DisabledGo, an organisation that provides accessibility information.
  • 12/12/2014 - 10 Signs Your Lift Needs Updating
    An average lift should have an operational lifetime of 20 to 25 years. But this depends on its exposure to heat, the weather and its passenger usage, maintenance and repairs. Some signs that the lift needs an upgrade are obvious.
  • 12/12/2014 - The Kings of Cool: Crowning 7 Award-Winning Lifts
    There have been huge advances in lift technology since the first elevator was built in 1743. This is made all the more obvious when you think about some of the record-breaking lifts around the world today.
  • 12/12/2014 - The 2hr Walk Across the World’s Tallest Outdoor Passenger Lift
    Do you have a fear of heights? It’s one of the most common phobias in existence, and whilst some would advocate tackling your fears head-on, a 330-metre elevator might not be the best way to do it.
  • 25/04/2014 - New home allows Andover Company to grow
    An Andover company is recruiting more staff thanks to a move to a modern workplace which brings all its operations under one roof.
  • 11/10/2013 - From Design To Lifestyle
    The Platform Lift Company offer two types of residential platform lifts for the home, the Italian Lift which is sold to residential properties countries worldwide.
  • 06/09/2013 - Platform Lift Company Support Help for Heroes
    The Platform Lift Company Managing Director Sean O’ Sullivan got involved with helping the RFEA (The Forces Employment Charity) nearly a year ago to help wounded soldiers find employment through mentoring them back into civilian street life.
  • 06/09/2013 - The Big American Retail Companies approve The Platform Lift co to install throughout Europe
    Victoria’s Secret is the largest American retailer of lingerie and was founded by Roy Raymond on June 12, 1977.
  • 21/06/2013 - British Platform Lift Products and Get Britain Back to work?
    We at The Platform Lift Company believe that buying British means buying quality, providing the end user with the best product and using quality materials which will survive for the longest time
  • 27/02/2012 - The William Booth Birthplace Museum
    Number 12 Notintone Place is the house where William Booth was born on 10 April 1829.
  • 27/02/2012 - Making Life Easier for the Trade Worldwide
    The Platform Lift Company has now opened a “trade sales department” designing, surveying, delivering & installing for the rest of the lift industry worldwide.

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The Platform Lift Company Ltd

Excellent business, entirely reliable and offering a cost effective, superior product. No hesitation in recommending to any client seeking a passenger lift product.


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