Niftylift temporarily closes UK facilities

By Lindsey Anderson24 March 2020

Niftylift is shutting down its UK production facilities for three weeks, the company has announced. 

”In light of the UK Prime Minister’s announcement on the 23rd of March, regarding non-essential work, Niftylift has temporarily closed its UK production facilities in line with the 3-week shut down dictated by the UK Government. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, but we will continue to provide essential service and spare parts support during these difficult times.

”Our standard contact numbers are active but will be staffed by a smaller than normal core team, so we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding. The health and safety of the Niftylift global community is still our highest priority, but we look forward to returning to normal operations as soon as the situation allows. Thank you again for your support and loyalty. We remain here for you, and together we will get through this. Wishing good health to you and those around you.”


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