New Depot – LGS Dudley
LGS is proud to announce the opening of a new location in Birmingham, the Depot will be run by Dave Hickinbottom – a popular and experienced manager with a huge depth of knowledge about lifting products and the region he will be serving.
As LGS has expanded so has the geographical area in which it trades, indeed it is this wider activity that has driven the expansion to places further afield. This will bring the total number of branches to 9, each one with a unique solution to the requirements of their local area.
The current economic climate may be uncertain, but we are confident that the sound business philosophy that LGS employ, matched with the experience and drive of the new team can only lead to further success and growth.
WESCOM Distributor of the Year
Congratulations to the LGS Marine Team (Kevin Jones, Chris Chiddy, Tracie Bentley and Dave Morgan) for winning the WESCOM Distributor of the Year award at this years annual conference in Amsterdam. The team has put in a great deal of work to develop the brand and customer base in the UK over the past couple of years, so it is fantastic to see this recognised by a key supplier.
LGS Marine are distributors and stockists of the complete WESCOM range of COMET pyrotechnics – the range can be viewed here – http://liftinggearsafety.co.uk/marine/pyrotechnics/. If you have any requirements, including the disposal of out of date marine flares, please contact your nearest branch ( http://liftinggearsafety.co.uk/contact-us/ ).
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Lifejackets
LGS Marine has just provided Yorkshire Wildlife Trust with branded lifejackets, for them to use when on or near water. The Trust is a charity serving Yorkshire for over 70 years and maintaining over 100 nature reserves. The lifejackets chosen are the Lalizas Sigma, with personalised heat pressed branding. If you require personal branding for your company or crew lifejackets, get in touch!
Boyne Rescue PFD’s
LGS Marine recently supplied Boyne Fisherman’s Rescue and Recovery Service with PFD’s for their crew members. Based in Drogheda, Co. Louth, the Boyne Fishermen’s Rescue and Recovery Service is a voluntary group providing a 24 hour emergency rescue service along the River Boyne, 365 days a year. They also provide search and recovery serviced for those that have lost loved ones through drowning tragedies.
The PDF’s provided were the Arctic Survivor Evo Pro 6, a unit specifically designed for this type of organisation.
More information on Boyne Rescue can be found on their website as the following link: http://www.boynefishermensrescue.ie/ with regular updates on their daily activities on the groups Facebook page.
New Gunnebo WRIN Handles
A new client i Scotland recently orders a pair of the new WRIN handles from Gunnebo, fitted to two BKLK18-20 offshore safety hooks. Impressive pieces of equipment. Let us know if you have any specific requirements.
Thanks a bunch (of carrots)…
We always appreciate positive feedback from our clients, especially when a gift is included. Even when the gift is carrots!
Orders of all sizes welcome…..
Whatever your requirement, we can supply your lifting, height safety and marine safety equipment. If you want just one sling. Or a single lifejacket light, you will get the same level or quality and service as if you were to order the lorry load of equipment in the photo.
LGS Marine are now an official distributor of Waypoint Liferafts. Manufactured in the UK, these liferafts have been designed for maximum safety. They are suitable for all aspects of yachting, whether cruising or racing, fishing and other commercial vessels whose liferaft requirements are covered by the ISO 9650-1 standard.
For more information, please check out the range on offer here – http://liftinggearsafety.co.uk/marine/liferafts/ or contact your local depot.
Seawork 2019 starts tomorrow and runs from the 11th to 13th June in the Mayflower Park, Southampton. Come and visit the LGS stand at PY130 to talk with our staff on your lifting, height safety and marine safety requirements.
Lifting is a modern art
LGS Port Talbot were tasked with helping Davies Cranes with the delicate lift and move of the well reported Banksy image which appeared a few months ago on the corner of a garage. The depot supplied spreaders, slings, chain blocks and tirfors to ensure a smooth lift and unload at it’s new home. More information can be found here –https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-48434084