Our expertise in the Commercial Sector

Keeping people and goods moving in commercial environments

The corporate world simply expects the circulation of people and goods within commercial buildings to be efficient and safe. Our lifts meet both those criteria.

Our passenger-moving lifts are installed in thousands of commercial buildings, the length and breadth of the UK – keeping people and goods moving in low and medium-rise buildings.

Combined, our platform and passenger lifts can cover moving any number of people, over a wide range of travel and our bespoke lift capability extends our experience into the high-rise sector. Platform lifts are ideal for smaller premises, meanwhile our passenger lifts are perfect where traffic is a little higher. With a full complement of finishes and options you can customise your lift so it perfectly blends with the building interior.

Our service and goods lifts are busy working behind the scenes in offices, warehouses, hotels and spas - moving files in dumbwaiters, roll-cages and pallets in goods lifts and goods attendant lifts, through to bespoke car lifts and escalators in car show rooms.

Our refurbishment services can upgrade existing lifts, increasing performance and saving energy, and so meeting new industry standards. We can modernise every aspect of your lift, including modernising existing motor rooms or providing motor-roomless drives, so freeing up more space within your building.

Contact us to discuss your requirements – we know we can help.

Our latest news...

Stannah highlights its local lift services in Cornwall

16 Apr 2019

On the 14th March, Stannah South West England & South Wales Service Branch attended the Cornwall Business Show. Taking place in the heart of Cornwall at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre on Thurs 14th…

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A Stannah Goods Lift Solves Bike/Bin Storage in City Office Refurb

11 Apr 2019

A Stannah Goodsmaster 1000 CD Plus goods attendant lift assists below-ground bike and bin storage in the revamped Kings House office building in central London.

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Stannah's Top 10 Blogs of 2018

20 Nov 2018

With the end of the year fast approaching, we thought we’d share our top ten blog posts on lifts that have captured the most attention.

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Showtime for Stannah at the Facilities Event 2018

10 Apr 2018

The much-anticipated Facilities Event is now in full swing at Birmingham’s NEC, for the first day of the three-day show.

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14 Mar 2018

Stannah are on the road to three important shows this year. First up the Facilities Management Show at the NEC 10-12 April 2018. Offload your lift portfolio problems on Stand FM66 - Stannah can always…

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Stannah: Committed to Continuing Professional Development

26 Sep 2017

Stannah sponsors CPD 17 2017: Specifying lifts in commercial buildings – an online learning module for architects and specifiers that explains the most important accessibility requirements and design…

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​Meet Maxi – A Super-Fit Yam-Yam* Stannahsaur!

14 Jul 2017

A prehistoric 29-year-old Stannahsaur Maxilift passenger lift has been unearthed in Paycare, a health insurance company in Wolverhampton, West Midlands.

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Stannahsaur Sighting in W1 Hotel!

08 May 2017

In 1988, a Stannah Piccolo passenger lift went on a working holiday to the charming Hotel La Place in Marylebone.

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​Stannah Dishes up the Goods in Wetherspoons

06 Mar 2017

Running a Wetherspoon pub is thirsty work, but a Stannah Goodsmaster CD Plus goods attendant lift makes light work of it.

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​Stannah Platform Lifts: Smart Choice for Smart Systems

02 Nov 2016

Stannah’s Midilift SL platform lift was a smart choice for Somerset-based Smart Systems.

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​An apprentice lift engineer - what an opportunity!

28 Sep 2016

It's equal opportunities for Stannah Lifts apprentice engineer, Sophie Healy, as she makes headway in a male-dominated industry sector.

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Brave the elements with the new Stannah external Midilift

18 Jul 2016

The innovative Midilift platform lift can now be installed outside!

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