There are several means of lifting, therefore each lifting device has a specific use:
Suspended load lifting: the load is held by a lifting accessory such as a hook, a lifting cable, a lifting chain or other lifting equipment.
Some of our lifting products such as chains and ropes (estropes, braids, superloops and splices) are handmade in our five French workshops. Recognised for our 160 years of know-how, our lifting and handling company has been awarded the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) label, which testifies to the excellence of our know-how.
The lifting equipment corresponding to this type of lifting are hoists, jib cranes and gantries, cranes, jacks....
Manual hoists, electric hoists or pneumatic hoists, our hoists are carefully selected in order to sell you quality lifting equipment at competitive prices. Our reference brands for hoists are HADEF, ELEPHANT and PARSONS CHAINE.
Furthermore, our jib cranes and gantries are carefully selected by our design office in order to deliver a functional, quality product that is safe when installed and used.
Lifting of loads: the load rests on one or more supports and is held rigidly and in a fixed orientation. The corresponding lifting devices are forklifts, stackers and lifting tables.
These lifting devices not only lift, but also move the load or unload a heavy load. You will also find on our site levagemanutention.com, handling equipment such as pallet trucks, hand trucks and even rollers.
Finally, we offer measuring equipment for your lifting operations. The aim is to guarantee your safety before, after and during lifting. This measuring device, the dynamometer, is available in several versions.
We mainly sell premium brands in the field of lifting and handling. You will find on our site, major brands such as REMA, TRACTEL, MAULEVAGE, HUCHEZ and SECATOL for our forklifts. All of our lifting equipment is divided into several categories to make it easier for you to navigate our website.
If you would like further information on our products, our expert service is available to answer your questions from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 12.30 pm and 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm. If you request a quote, it is free of charge.
Finally, if you would like information on safety or other topics related to lifting and handling, please visit our blog!