Tiger Lifting manufacture and provide the full range of Tiger hoisting and winching products globally, including the Tiger Subsea Lifting range. We have recently increased our range of lifting clamps and we also provide high quality height safety hardware products.
We have many close partnerships with successful lifting equipment distributors across the world and as a global innovator and provider we work constantly with customers and key suppliers to continually develop our products and product range.
We aim to set the highest standards in manufacturing, service, product reliability and safety and to provide industry leading value to our customers and supply chain partners.
Our hoisting range includes chain blocks and lever hoists, trolleys, clamps and combination units. We offer a wide range of winches for a variety of applications. Our height safety hardware includes beam anchors, fall arrest block and karabiners. We also offer spark proof, corrosion resistant and bespoke OEM products for special applications.
We have manufactured the Tiger brand of manual lifting products for over 50 years and have a proven track record and an enviable reputation for supplying high quality safe, stable products into a varied cross-section of demanding industries throughout the world.
We employ over 100 people across our distribution centres located in Europe, North America and South East Asia, our manufacturing plant based in Taiwan and our various sales offices in different countries.
Our range includes unique, patented designs and our products meet or exceed all relevant international standards, serving all spheres of global industry.
As the manufacturer of our hoisting and winching products, we hold complete technical files to provide full back-up and reassurance on our products’ performance and to ensure that advice for our equipment is readily available. We have a wealth of technical expertise to give our customers full product support.
Our innovation, your safety.
Coquet Enterprise Park
NE65 0PE, UNITED KINGDOM
Contact Person: David Inglis