New Tuff-Edge III Webbing
- Multiple Patents Pending
- Introducing the first visual Edge Damage Limit marker
- Superior Edge Cut and Abrasion Performance
- Soft Twill Weave Body
- No Coated Edge Yarns
Lift-All® Sling Calculator App
- Easy to use
- Calculates basic sling lengths
- Suggests standard sling types & sizes to meet your capacity
Clear Zinc Hardware Coating
- Same form, fit, and function
- Silver finish
Edge Defender Flex Plus
- Cut Protection
- Patented Technology
- Easy to Attach
- Easy to Inspect
NEW PRODUCT! Retractable Ratchet – CAMO Edition
Designed for ease of use, this 1” X 12-ft. Retractable Ratchet Tie Down - Camo Edition holds a variety of items securely. Convenient to use, they can be installed quickly with no loose or tangled webbing. Camo straps are great for securing your gear even if you’re not a hunter or fisherman and they look great too! Keep a set in your car or truck and be prepared for the big haul.
New Product FORKLIFT SLEEVES
Lift-All Forklift Sleeves help protect your loads from damage caused by the sharp edges of forklift forks. These sleeves are made from heavy-duty Webmaster® 1600 polyester webbing, are easy to install, economical and long-lasting. Contact customer service at 800-909-1964 for information on how to order.
New Product Logistic Strap Storage Bag
The new Logistic Strap Storage Bag (Part# 60820) is designed for use in van trailers and trucks that are equipped with horizontal E style logistic track on the interior walls. The bag attaches to the track using standard Series E Spring Loaded fittings sewn into the bag. The bag is used to store various items, including Logistic Straps, when they are not in use. It is 14" high x 24" wide and is rated to a 50 lb. maximum weight capacity.
1” X 12-FT RETRACTABLE RATCHET
Designed for ease of use, this 1” X 12-ft. Retractable Ratchet Tie Down Assembly (Part # 60203) can hold a variety of items securely. They are convenient to use and can be installed quickly as there is no need to fuss with extra webbing, tying-off the ends, or removing the webbing from the ratchet.
January 1, 2017 (Landisville, PA) – Lift-All Company, Inc. has announced new management of the organization effective January 1, 2017.
Steven Pacilio has been named as President of Lift-All Company. Mr. Pacilio has been with Lift-All for 19 years starting as the Assistant Plant Manager in the Chicago plant. He has brought vision and continual improvement to the Operations side of Lift-All and will continue to do the same leading the company in his new role as President.
"I am proud to lead the Lift-All Company exemplifying our core values of integrity, teamwork, and performance. My overall objective is to build our brand and provide trusted solutions for our new and existing customers."
--Steven M. Pacilio
As Chief Financial Officer, Melissa Light will continue to lead the finance, marketing, customer service, and information technology efforts to support our customers and will work with Mr. Pacilio to position Lift-All for the future.
With these leadership changes, we are pleased to announce that Jeffery Klibert has been named as Chairman of the Board. His leadership has been instrumental over the last 40 years leading Lift-All to the top of the industrial lifting and restraint market. Mr. Klibert will continue to be a resource to Lift-All in his new role as Chairman of the Board.
November 28, 2016 (Landisville, PA) – Lift-All Company is pleased to announce and welcome Jason Dively as the Director of National Sales. Jason will be responsible for leading the sales team to achieve our corporate mission of providing exceptional value to our customers through integrity, communication, and performance.
Jason comes to Lift-All with over 10 years of sales and sales management experience. He has been recognized with multiple sales achievement awards and earned an MBA with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership from Ashford University. His proven track record of team leadership and vision will complement and enhance Lift-All’s ability to exceed the needs of our customers.
“I am very excited to be joining such a well-respected and well-run organization in Lift-All. My goal is to enhance the Lift-All brand and build on the tremendous success of this great company. I have every confidence that this organization will not only meet our customer’s needs but far exceed them for years to come.” – Jason Dively
After only 46 years of service to Lift-All, our Customer Service Supervisor, Charlie Greiner, has decided to retire! Charlie started brazing wire mesh slings in 1969 when Lift-All was only 5 years old, and Charlie was not much older. He became Assistant Plant Manager and served as a Customer Service agent until 1999 when he was put in charge of our 12 person Customer Service Department. His talents in dealing with Lift-All customers and his attention to detail made him a customer favorite. Charlie's retirement date is scheduled for February 29, 2016. We will miss him greatly and wish him all the best in his retirement.
We welcome Margie Miles to the Lift-All team! Margie is currently in training with Charlie Greiner in preparation for taking over that position when Charlie retires. Margie is a graduate of York College of Pennsylvania with a degree in Public Relations/Marketing. She been in sales, marketing, customer service and management in a manufacturing capacity for over 25 years.
So happy to be a part of the Lift-All family. Knowing I have HUGE shoes to fill once Charlie rides off into the sunset, I am up for the challenges and opportunities. I have always been very passionate about growth and positive changes in every position during my career and will continue this with Lift-All.
Margie is married to Gary and they have a daughter Abby, son Christian and Yorkie puppy, Wilson.
We would also like to welcome Rikki Phillips to our Customer Service team. He is a 2009 graduate of Lock Haven University with a degree in communications. He most recently worked in dealer sales support for a major agricultural equipment manufacturing company.
I am very excited about joining the Lift-All team and working daily to improve my knowledge about the products and industry.
Rikki is married to Sara and they have a daughter, Scarlett Mae.