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Keltbray expands its lifting services

UK-based Keltbray Group has extended its lifting services to external clients with the opening of a new hub in east London.

 

With the establishment of a dedicated base in Silvertown, Keltbray Lifting Services is now able to offer its expertise and specialist lifting equipment as external consultants and contract lifting providers.

“As a specialist contractor, we employ a direct delivery model; using our own people and plant. We also have access to our own engineering consultancy, Wentworth House Partnership, for design expertise,” said Keltbray.

The company has already completed work for a handful of external clients, including the removal of a historic bridge at St. Katharine Docks on behalf of maintenance and restoration specialists De-Pest. Due to access constraints at the site, Keltbray carried out the lifting operations using a barge-mounted crane.

www.keltbray.com

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