Lift-Turn-Move, “The Lodestar and Winch People,” have launched their latest catalogue: 36 action-packed pages of product guides and reference information. It’s the third revision of this piece of literature since the company was formed in September 2004, and reflects LTM’s expanding range of products and services.

“Lots of time has been spent researching and compiling information to go into this brochure” says LTM’s John Jones “We intend it to be an essential reference guide as much as a source of product and sales information ….. so it contains plenty of useful technical information in addition to all the products.”

In addition to the wide range of CM Lodestars®, Prostars® and spares available from LTM, the brochure draws attention to areas like Motor Control, where they’ve invested energy and resources in developing a comprehensive range of products and flexible solutions.

In Control: LTM started manufacturing its own range of hoist controllers a year ago and now has a complete range that is offered with fast deliveries and turn arounds. The range is called "Guardian LV® or Guardian DC® (dependent on whether the controller is for Low Voltage Control Hoists (LV) or for Direct Control (DC) hoists.) Both versions are available with either Local or Remote Control. A competitively priced, simple run-and-E-Stop remote is also available as an alternative to a full remote.
As well as the "standard" units, LTM can also provide bespoke equipment. Recent examples include a 42 Channel Local Direct Control and an 18 Channel Wall Mounted Direct Control Unit with full remote.

Specials: The brochure also draws attention to other new services like customised motor rain covers and chain bags – which are available with embroidered logos. Apart from looking cool, this also adds extra security by making these ‘walkable’ items easily identifiable. LTM has recently delivered orders for these to leading rental companies Summit Steel, PRG and StageCo in Belgium.

Interactive: The brochure is designed to work alongside LTM’s interactive website – a constantly updated online resource and up-to-the-minute reference point for the company’s activities, and also in conjunction with its regular e-newsletters, newly launched earlier tin 2006.

“Information is power,” says John Jones “The more access points we can offer for people to have this at their fingertips, the easier it is for them to find solutions to their problems.”

The Team: The brochure introduces the core members of LTM’s team. The company is wholly owned by a nucleus of staff, and was set up to offer a fast, efficient and informed service to all areas of the entertainment and leisure industry. There’s a full list of contact details including all the out-of-hours numbers.

Training: The brochure also touches on LTM’s commitment to training on all products. Currently, it’s in the process of creating a completely new purpose built training facility at its premises on the Wirral, Merseyside to restart regular Motor Schools.