Friday, 16 October 2015

LiftEx 2015 - AJT Equipment Ltd at the leading lifting exhibition of the year!

AJT Equipment Ltd is pleased to announce that we will be participating at LiftEx 2015 at the all-new Exhibition Centre Liverpool on 11th & 12th November 2015.

LiftEx is the annual meeting place for national and international end users, manufacturers and suppliers to the lifting industry. Now the 10th event in the series, with well over 1500 dedicated attendees, it is the UK’s leading lifting exhibition.

AJT Equipment Ltd will be exhibiting Test Machinery & Accuway™ Loadcells on stand number 23.

We are pleased to provide you and your colleagues a link to register your attendance and visit us on either or both days.

As well as seeing over 100 exhibiting companies, as part of your visitor pass, you will be able to:
  • Learn about new products and services to the industry in the show floor Innovation Theatre
  • Discover LEEA’s ‘New Initiatives’ in their daily presentation
  • Have your problems solved by the experts in the LEEA Advice Clinic
  • Have the chance to win a Kindle Fire by entering the LEEA industry quiz on their stand
NEW this year to LiftEx is the inaugural Conference with presentations covering cranes, rigging equipment and much more in relation to safe and efficient lifting and moving activity – this can also be booked via the registration link.

You can find information on accommodation and how to get there at

We hope to see you in Liverpool!

Thursday, 1 October 2015


AJT Equipment paid a visit to the Kirkaldy Testing Museum in London for a Chain Reaction Presentation artwork.

In a series of playful, interactive and mechanical artworks, Trope and twelve engineers explored the fluid nature of time through action and re-action in an audio-visual installation that synthesizes digital and analogue technology to resuscitate and re-frame the guts of the museum.

AJT supported and sponsored them by allowing Trope and its engineers to visit us to film a Breaking Chain in slow motion back in June. 

to learn more about this presentation visit the Kirkaldy Testing Museum every Thursday to Sunday, 1pm - 7pm from 25th September 2015 to 18th October 2015.