Bank Holiday Closure

Following the announcement of a national bank holiday on Monday 19th September, the date of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral, please be advised that all Temple Lifts’ offices will be closed for business during this day and will reopen on Tuesday 20th. This will allow employees to pay their respects to Her… Read more »

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Lisa Coombs – Hadrian’s Wall Walking Challenge

Lisa Coombs, Temple Lifts’ Compliance and Key Account Manager for Midlands & the North, shares regular monthly walks with a group of friends, doing an average of 14 miles each time. She says: ‘With the exception of a 2-day hike in the Lake District last year, I had not done any real walking.I vowed never… Read more »

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Can the UK’s heatwave affect lifts?

With the temperatures soaring into the red this week, now is a good time to remember how seasonal temperature fluctuations affect lifts, causing power disruptions and potentially resulting in major breakdowns and unhappy tenants. Motor Room Nobody likes to work in the summer heat and humidity, and our lifts are no different. When there isn’t… Read more »

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Southern Updates – Projects with a view

With Summer fast approaching, what could be better than having projects with a view? Loving the great locations but with no time to enjoy the scenery, our Temple Southern team has been busy with a series of projects in Torbay, Brighton, Bournemouth and Hampshire. We’ve just delivered a modernisation project of four 2/3-storey lifts across… Read more »

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Leonard Cheshire Charity Partnership

Temple Lifts is delighted to be working in partnership with Leonard Cheshire, a charity that provides support to people with disabilities to live, learn and work as independently as they choose. They offer a variety of services including residential and supported living, and have around 130 services across the UK. Having won the lift maintenance contract for their… Read more »

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Is your lift ready for the 2025 digital switchover?

PSTN has been the backbone of the UK’s phone network for decades. But, as an essential 20th-century technology, the PSTN network is increasingly out of kilter with the demands of modern communications. This is why, by 2025, every phone line in the UK will be digital, routing calls over IP (Internet Protocol). It’s not just the phones that… Read more »

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Hitachi Emergency Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine

Hitachi Group is launching an Emergency Humanitarian Aid programme, via a Benevity Community Impact Portal, to support people in Ukraine, where over 7,000 Hitachi Group staff members and their families are living. Through this portal, for every donation received, Hitachi will contribute the same financial amount to support humanitarian aid in Ukraine. Let’s act together… Read more »

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Hitachi Business Situation in Ukraine and Russia – Press Release

Considering the safety and health of all employees and their families as a top priority, Hitachi has released a press-release about the actions being taken to support employees in Ukraine, along with Hitachi’s additional actions due to the current Ukraine and Russia situation. To read the full press release, click here: https://bit.ly/3i4dOry

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Major refurbishment at John Lewis, Southampton

John Lewis, West Quay is a busy flagship store in Southampton’s major shopping centre, and Temple Lifts has been commissioned to undertake a major refurbishment of an initial two out the existing four 7-stop, 22-person, scenic lifts. With a larger car capacity than would normally be expected for this size of lift, at 2000kg, one… Read more »

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Installation of IMEM passenger lifts

Following the great relationship established between Temple, the Barking and Dagenham Council’s developer, BeFirst, and main contractor Willmott Dixon, the London regional team has been awarded another installation project in the new Gascoigne East development for 2022/2023, this one being in Block J. This new project will include the supply and installation of four new… Read more »

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