New Branch Office Now Open in Alabama

Branch Office in Alabama Grand Opening

Garaventa Lift announces the Grand Opening of the new Alabama office. Garaventa Lift has been open in Alabama since April 2011.

Prattville Mayor helps christen Garaventa Lift Alabama
Prattville Mayor Bill Gillespie, Jr. made an appearance at the Grand Opening to show his support.

Michael Crumpton (L) and Vince Sciamanna pose at the new office.
Michael Crumpton and Vince Sciamanna declare Garaventa Lift’s new office “Open for Business”

Garaventa Lift USA is very pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Prattville, Alabama. The increased office, training center and shop space will allow us to continue our growth in Alabama, spearheaded by Alabama Branch Manager, Mr. Michael Crumpton (5th from the right).

Among those joining Michael for the Grand Opening ribbon-cutting ceremony are representatives from the Prattville Chamber of Commerce, staff from other branches of Garaventa Lift in the USA and Canada and Mr. Vince Sciamanna, Director of Business Development for Garaventa Lift.

Even Prattville Mayor Bill Gillespie, Jr. dropped in to show his support. Thanks, Mayor Gillespie!

Garaventa Lift Releases a Machine Room-less Elevator Drive System for the Elvoron

Garaventa Lift is very excited to officially announce the release of the Garaventa Lift MR (Machine Room-Less) Home Elevator. The MR features a well established encoder made in Germany. It also features the same motor that we have used for years in the Artira (Inclined Platform Lift), so it has been tested and proven in the field. The 8lb T-Rails with generous spacing provide rigidity, stability, and a smooth ride. Combine it with our industry-leading 7 year extended warranty and the MR is an excellent choice for any residential project.

Homebuilders Show Increased Confidence

The National Association of Home Builders released the results of their monthly index today. The index attempts to gauge the sentiment of the residential construction industry. Although overall sentiment is still negative, the index is at it’s highest level in years.

http://www.usatoday.com/money/business/story/2012/09/18/homebuilder-confidence-surges-to-6-year-high/57800022/1?csp=webslice