Our range of UK-made goods lifts cover lifting capacities up to 1000kg. We manufacture both standard and bespoke designs to suit your requirements that are ready for installation within just four to six weeks.
Our in house design team will help you every step of the way from initial enquiry and free site assessment, right through to the design, manufacture, and installation of your goods lift. We also offer whole life maintenance from our dedicated team of service engineers to increase the longevity of your goods lift and to ensure that you are fulfilling legal obligations.
Our team of Design Engineers use CAD software to create a goods lift that perfectly fits the space available and is fit for purpose.
UK Lift Manufacturers
All goods lifts are manufactured at our purpose-built facility in North Derbyshire. This allows us to be flexible and provide industry-leading turnaround times.
Service & Maintenance
Our nationwide network of service engineers provide on-site service and maintenance throughout the UK. We have OEM spare parts in stock, allowing us to provide a very high first-time fix rate for minimal downtime.
Penny Hydraulics supply lifting equipment to over 25 countries around the world. Interested in finding out more?
“Penny Hydraulics were honest and open with the questions that we had. They really made us feel really at ease. They were very efficient in getting the lift down here and showing us how it worked. We’re very, very happy and I would definitely recommend Penny Hydraulics”
“From the initial enquiry to on-site construction through to training and handover, the service from Penny Hydraulics was fantastic. Special thanks to Umar Lodhi for his advice and design expertise, the build team for their respect of social distancing measures at this challenging time and especially the Directors for personally supporting a local, not-for-profit social enterprise. I would strongly recommend Penny Hydraulics any time. Thank you!”
“When Penny Hydraulics staff come to work here, they’re no bother, they know exactly what they’re doing and just get on with it. When things do go wrong, they get here quickly and get the job done as efficiently as possible.”