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service elevator

A combination passenger and freight elevator.
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The child, who had gone to the mall with her mother and aunt, had entered the service lift designated to carry goods without being noticed.
An inquest heard Mr Stewart became trapped after loading chairs into a service lift to bring them back up into the bar from the cellar where they had been moved ahead of the busy night.
The child, who was visiting the mall with her mother and her aunt, had entered the service lift without being noticed.
His post involves all aspects of producing the service lifts which have been installed at Windsor Castle and the House of Commons.
The 20-year-old was moving heavy chairs from the basement cellar to the ground floor in a service lift when the incident happened in the early hours of February 24 2014, Swansea Coroner's Court was told.
The project, which will be overseen by Husbands' new managing director Keith Holmes, involves the supply, installation and testing of a 100 kilogram Balmatic service lift for the Almarai company in Riyadh.
There, freezing on the roof, were his guest and the hapless security man who had accidentally taken him up there in a service lift, only to find that there was no way down.
One of the country's leading service lift manufacturers and suppliers - LA Husbands of Halesowen - is re-launching its 40-year-old brand after changing hands.
Mr Michael Ryan, of Ventnor Avenue, Newtown, died when he became trapped underneath a service lift at Safeway in Market Street, Rugeley.
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