On Wednesday August 22nd 2012, Thyssen-Krupp Access announced that they would no longer be accepting orders for new wheelchair lifts or home elevators.
For many of us in the accessibility industry, this announcement came as a big surprise. After all, TKA has been one of the industry giants for decades. All across the USA, dealers, architects and home builders were using products such as the LEV or Destiny Home Elevators, the Journey or Supra Inclined Platform Lifts or the TK Porch Lift or NWOV Vertical Lifts. Those people will now have to make alternative plans.
So what should architects and builders do? Garaventa Lift and our dealer partners are here to help. For decades, Garaventa Lift has benefitted from having partnerships with many of the most successful accessibility and home elevator contractors in the USA. The strength of our nationwide network of partners enables us to ensure that every phase of your accessibility or home elevator project will proceed smoothly.
If you require job-specific drawings, we offer free drawings on a fast turn around. Should you require assistance converting your project to a Garaventa Lift project, we make it simple. Our Prodesk Hotline can be reached by phone toll free at 1 (800) 663-6556 or by email at email@example.com. Our website has all our online brochures, product specifications, design guidelines and videos: http://www.garaventalift.com/en/products.html .
Discuss your design details with an expert and make sure your next project includes a Garaventa Wheelchair Lift or a Garaventa Home Elevator.
For more details on the closure of Thyssen-Krupp Access please see the following links to news articles from the Kansas City area: