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Machinery removal, machinery relocation and machinery installation requires thorough planning and forethought. The moving and relocation of your machinery and plant has to be planned, often in great detail for safety, efficiency and hassle free completion. The last thing you need is damage, disruption and delay.

Whether you need a 300-tonne transformer moved across International borders or a simple machinery removal from one side of your factory to the other, Projector Lifting Service will provide you with a cost effective operation.


Regardless of location, size or weight you can choose a complete turnkey solution or a per-lift operation.

With more than 159 years of experience and industry know-how supporting you on your project, you can have complete peace of mind when you choose to work with Projector Lifting Service Ltd.

You are in good company when you work with Projector Lifting Service. Organisations such as Rolls Royce, British Airways, Guinness, Nissan and Toshiba are among those who have relied on our heavy lifting services over the years. There are many hundreds more, both local and global, for whom we ensure a cost effective, safe and minimally disruptive project.

You have a choice and we understand that, which is why, when you choose Projector Lifting Service we'll do everything we can to ensure you are delighted … that means delivering on all our lift work promises, all the time, every time.

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