Stuart Fraser Joins LTM to Focus on the Entertainment Industry and Launches the LP Hoist

by Michael Eddy
Lift Turn Move's Stuart Fraser with the new LP Hoist
Lift Turn Move's Stuart Fraser with the new LP Hoist

BROMBOROUGH, UK—Lift Turn Move Ltd announce a new structure for the Entertainment side of the business, appointing Stuart Fraser as Head of Entertainment Products. Fraser took up his new position in March. LTM also launched its new LP Hoist. 

Further information from Lift Turn Move (liftturnmove.co.uk)

Fraser brings more than ten years’ experience in the entertainment industry, in engineering, product development and technical sales to LTM. His focus will be on further growing the entertainment market, as he brings a wealth of technical experience from his previous positions.  Fraser will be the face to face contact for our key accounts, offering technical advice and helping to create solutions.

“We are delighted to welcome Stuart as our new Head of Entertainment Products, with the experience and knowledge he brings we hope this will help serve our customers more efficiently and provide the expertise and advise needed to assist in this very complex and high pressure environment,” comments LTM Company Director John Jones.

LTM Launches the LP Hoist

In other news, LTM has launched its new LP Hoist. “We are hugely excited for the launch of the new hoist, which main advantage is its compact frame size with high capacity to weight ratio; perfect for stage engineers and riggers a like, Jones says.” 

The new hoist offers 60% increase in lifting capacity on D8 Models in comparison to the LG50 Hoist.  The LP500/1 D8 Model can offer a lifting capacity of 800Kg in comparison to the LG50, were the lifting capacity is 500Kg.  The hoist comes with IP65 protection as standard, a 3-year warranty and is extremely quiet, there is a reduced decibel reading at 1 metre from 75db to 65db.  

Anyone interested in LTM’s new product range is encouraged to contact the sales team for more information This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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