LTM & Limpet Technology to bring height safety innovation to the entertainment rigging industry
Wednesday September 19, 2012
Following a fantastic debut at the Plasa entertainment & installation technology trade show in Earls Court, London last week, Limpet Technology and Lift Turn Move (LTM) have announced a partnership to distribute Limpet safety and access systems to the entertainment rigging industry.
Scottish height safety systems pioneer, Limpet Technology, today announced a partnership with Lift Turn Move, a leading supplier of lifting solutions to the entertainment rigging sector, to distribute Limpet® height safety systems to its customers.
Commenting on the deal, Limpet Technology CEO, Stephen Cornwallis said, “Lift Turn Move has a fantastic reputation in the sector and is a great fit for Limpet Technology. We are both delighted at the positive reaction to Limpet among the attendees at Plasa and believe that this demonstrates genuine demand in the stage rigging sector for new and better approaches to height safety.”
He added “Limpet combines fall prevention with 90% powered climb assist, which means that riggers climbing up and down ladders to stage gantries are
going to be safer and healthier. Limpet takes all of the risk and almost all the effort out of climbing long ladders, and its rescue capabilities mean that if there is an emergency, riggers can be evacuated from height quickly and safely. These functions are proving very popular with wind turbine maintenance workers and we think that stage riggers are going to love them too.”
John Jones, Managing Director of Lift Turn Move commented “ I first saw the Limpet in action at the All Energy show in Aberdeen and realised immediately that its innovative height safety features would work perfectly within entertainment rigging applications.” He went on “We are delighted to be able to use the successful debut of Limpet at the Plasa trade show as a launch pad for this partnership with Limpet Technology; something which we think will be good for us both and for safety in the industry.”
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