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Easilift reports surge in sales

Easilift reports surge in sales

Easilift Loading Systems has reported that the sales success experienced by the company in the final quarter of 2014 has continued to accelerate, with order intake for the half year 2015 up 86% on the equivalent position in 2014.

The market-leading UK loading bay and industrial door specialist considers its investment in design, product development and service delivery as the key factors in driving this impressive growth.

Company commercial director Ray Phelan has praised the dedicated approach of the Easilift team, and applauded its consequential results:  “For me, what makes Easilift different is our people. The knowledge they have on how to make loading bays perform better for our customers is astonishing. Because of this we have now become the loading bay partner of choice for many of the leading logistics and retail distribution companies in the UK.
“With maintenance and service support being critical to our customers, our rapid response times and first fix rates, which have reached 86%, have served to further enhance the growing reputation of our company,” continues Phelan.

His confident opinion is echoed by George Smith, project manager at Stobart Group, where the recent loading bay installation at the new Carlisle Airport Distribution Centre was described as “…highly commendable; Stobart’s would most certainly use Easilift again and recommend the company to future clients”.
Looking forward into 2016, Phelan believes that with the strong order pipeline that’s now in place and exciting new product developments coming through, the future really is bright for Easilift.

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