The UK’s leading lifting solutions company, Ainscough Crane Hire, has announced the launch of its new website.
It has been designed to provide resource to current and future customers regarding the variety of ways in which it can fulfil lifting requirements safely, minimising risk whilst improving productivity on projects.
The site can be found at www.ainscough.co.uk and provides information on the many different lifting solutions Ainscough offers its clients. It will be home to product launches, technical updates, latest crane specifications, ongoing updates about Ainscough’s work throughout the country, blogs from team members and videos that illustrate the technical excellence that the company delivers on a daily basis.
Ainscough was formed in 1976 with six small cranes and a van, and today has a national network of 30 locations, over 400 cranes and one of the largest independent heavy haulage fleets in the UK and is the first choice for leading organisations across a variety of industries when safe and efficient lifts are required. Recent projects worked on include Transport Scotland’s A9 Dualling project from Perth to Inverness and working as part of the team that helped to secure the dam at Whaley Bridge in Derbyshire following the flooding earlier this year.
As well as demonstrating why Ainscough is a market leader, the new website has sections dedicated to the 900+ staff who provide the exceptional service that underpins its operation, both on project sites and from the company’s 30-strong network of locations across the country.
Derek Gow, commercial director, Ainscough Crane Hire, said: “It’s important to us that we communicate well with our customers, it’s important to us that we show our customer offer in the simplest way possible. We hope that the new website illustrates how engaging early with Ainscough can add real value to your project. We are proud to be a market leader, but we’re always looking for new opportunities to provide our services to different clients, we are happy to share our learnings in case studies that we can all benefit from.
Joanna Wilding, head of marketing, Ainscough Crane Hire, said: “We’re very proud of our team that have worked hard to create a website that showcases our range of products and services in a way that responds to feedback from our clients. We hope it will serve as a useful resource for current and prospective customers, as well as our colleagues and people who are looking to develop a career with us. Look around www.ainscough.co.uk and let us know what you think’