The exhibition, held in Birmingham in May, showcased a number of excellent "next generation" stairlifts and homelifts, which represents the biggest addition to Stannah's product range in recent years.
Patrick Stannah, joint managing director of Stannah Lift Services, said:
"The strategy behind these products is to help more users with mobility issues to stay in their homes for longer, but also reach out to those people who simply want a home lift to make life easier.
"By making our mobility products more flexible and stylish we can help a greater range of people benefit from the independence a mobility product can bring. At the same time, we recognise that people are leading increasingly busy lives and that those without mobility issues can benefit from the convenience a homelift can bring."
The new Stannah products include:
• Siena -a contemporary and practical new chair
• Sadler -a stair chair designed for people with limited flexibility in their hips, knees and shoulders
• 600 rail - a neater, narrower straight rail with retractable rail option
• Stratum - designed for a range of people including wheelchair users
• Salise - a sleek homelift that can move two standing people between floors
The products have been designed to meet the needs of a broader range of people, helping to improve the quality of users' lives.
Stannah is a world-leader in lift manufacturing, producing stair lifts, passenger lifts, escalators and moving walkways, vertical platform lifts, goods and service lifts. It is one of Britains leading engineering companies and remains an independent, family-owned and run firm. The companys experience of the lift industry is unsurpassed, originating in cargo lifts in the 1860s. In 1975, Stannah designed the first affordable, quick-to-install and easy-to-use stairlift and has since sold over 500,000 stairlifts worldwide.
Stannah is run today by fourth generation joint chairmen Alan and Brian Stannah, who launched the revolutionary Microlift and Maxilift in the 1960s and the Stannahstairlift in the 1970s. Today, they are supported by the fifth generation of the family Jon, Patrick, Alastair and Nick Stannah who are proud torchbearers for Stannahs long-held family spirit and traditions.
Stannah now operates in more than 40 countries and has subsidiaries in nine countries including Holland, Italy and America. For more information visit www.stannahstairlifts.co.uk