LSI Wireless Crane Instrumentation – New UK Location

press release
Monday, May 21, 2012

Canadian-based wireless crane instrumentation and technology company, “Load Systems International Inc,” has expanded its operations with the launch of the UK division, “Load Systems UK Ltd,” based in Aberdeen, Scotland.

 

Managing Director, Kirk Anderson will provide leadership along with the senior management team of Millar Kennedy, Sales Director and Richard Legge, Technical Director. The Aberdeen operation will be responsible for the UK, Europe and Middle East market sectors, providing state-of-the-art wireless instrumentation and technology to the crane and lifting industry. This includes Safe Load Indicators, Load Cells, Load Links, Load Pin Shackles, Wind Speed Sensors, A2B Switches, Running Line Tensiometers and ATEX Zone 1 certified sensors.
 
CEO and President of Load systems International Inc, David H Smith, said, “We currently operate from locations around the world with facilities in Houston, Quebec City, Adelaide, Australia and Dubai. The Aberdeen operation is ideally situated and will play a major role in LSI’s growth plans. With Kirk, Millar and Richard on board we have an experienced, dynamic management team who will help establish LSI as the premiere provider of wireless lifting products and technology across the UK, Europe and the Middle East.”
 
Managing Director of Load Systems UK, Kirk Anderson, said, “It is exciting to be part of the LSI growth strategy and we are delighted to be part of the global team. Being the Oil Capital of Europe, Aberdeen is the ideal platform for our operation to provide a “one stop shop” solution for sales, hire, repairs and calibration services for the crane and lifting industries across UK, Europe and Middle East sectors. At Load Systems UK we have a wealth of experience and knowledge, when combined with the global network of resources at LSI we have the ability to provide the crane and lifting industry with a unique level of support, supplemented by a wide variety of market leading wireless instrumentation products and services worldwide.”     
 

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