After more than 50 years of carrying heavy equipment upstairs, two American companies are increasing productivity and reducing workplace injuries through unique installations of Versa Lift System’s attic lifts.
Online PR News – 13-June-2012 – Oklahoma City, OK – After more than 50 years of carrying heavy equipment upstairs, two American companies are increasing productivity and reducing workplace injuries through unique installations of Versa Lift System’s attic lifts. Attic lifts are customarily used in residences, but multiple-story companies are discovering the benefits of having an affordable product elevator. Instead of forcing employees to struggle with heavy, awkward loads while climbing stairs, Gary Force Honda and Hershel Johnson Implement Company chose to install Versa Lift System to move product upstairs at the push of a button.
Gary Force Honda in Bowling Green, Kentucky uses the lift to move tires, automobile parts, and other heavy items in its service department. According to the customer service manager at Gary Force Honda, the lift has increased productivity and reduced the risk of workplace injuries.
Herschel Johnson Implement in Albion, Illinois reports similar satisfaction with the lift. Herschel Johnson employees use the lift to move parts and inventory for the company from one floor of their building to another. They were particularly pleased with the lift’s affordability.
Versa Lift Systems is a provider of safe, affordable lifts for homes and businesses. Lifts can transport up to 250 pounds to a second story 8’ to 20’ above. Lifts can be operated by corded or remote control, and prices start at $1,645 including free shipping. Learn more by visiting VersaLiftSystems.com/Blog.