Granada Material Handling join the Made in Britain Campaign

18/10/2016

Celebrating over 35 years at the forefront of material handling solutions for UK industry, Granada Material Handling are leaders in the design and supply of innovative, bespoke, industrial lifting equipment for both offshore and onshore industries.  With a head office, design, manufacturing and service facility in Rochdale, as well as facilities in the West Midlands, North Wales, the Wirral and Mostyn Dock, GMH are proud to be the latest members of the Made in Britain Campaign.

Dave Wight, Director at GMH, comments, “We are proud of our position as leaders in the UK material handling sector and shall be adding the Made in Britain marque to our products.  Signifying the quality of our products, as UK-made, this is important to us and the use of the marque reflects our commitment to our UK supply chain partners."



With experience across a whole range of sectors, Granada have particular expertise in the automotive, construction, aerospace and renewables sectors.  Their automotive clients include some of the most iconic car marques – Bentley Motors, BMW and Jaguar Land Rover – as well as Made in Britain campaign member Vauxhall.  Granada are the UK’s leading bespoke handling system supplier to the aerospace industry and, at their Broughton site, their client Airbus is responsible for assembling the wings for all the company’s commercial aircraft, employing over 6,000 people and producing over 1,000 wings a year.  

Offshore, Granada have designed and installed more than 600 marine davit cranes to date and, with the UK as global leader in offshore wind farm development, Granada are leading the way in helping the sector to meet its targets for UK content.  Granada’s offshore specialist solutions range from supply boats to the wind turbine platform and on-turbine handling, and all Granada’s cranes are built in the UK.

For more information about Granada’s services and products see here or contact us:
t: 01706 653620
f: 01706 523943
e: info@gmh.co.uk

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