IRIS Rigging adds to Harken Industrial Dealer/Installer network

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Dealer& Installer smallHarken Industrial is pleased to announce the appointment of IRIS Rigging Ltd, a UK-based supplier of industrial rope access, rigging and installation services as a Harken authorized Access Rail Installer & Dealer.

IRIS Rigging Ltd, an IRATA Member Company with over 20 years of experience, provides services to the construction, stadia, maritime and facilities management sectors.  Commenting on the new relationship, Adam Soutar of IRIS said “We are an independent industrial rigging company that has secured contracts worldwide. We know that state of the art rope and load handling products from Harken help reduce fatigue, strain, and load friction when working at height. Access to the Harken Industrial range of load handling and rope access systems gives us a distinct advantage in an increasingly competitive market. Support and back-up from Harken has been outstanding helping us to increase both efficiency and productivity while reducing operating costs”.

For Harken Industrial, Guy Fulford, Technical Sales Engineer said, “We’re delighted to have formed an alliance with IRIS Rigging who clearly have a strong footprint both here in the UK and internationally.  We look forward to them sharing access to their unique seating arrangements for next year’s cricket fixtures at Lords.


About IRIS Rigging

IRIS Rigging is an IRATA Member Company (8127/O) and CHAS certified. From its base in the UK they provide teams of qualified contractors worldwide for projects involving work at height and difficult to access areas.

Mark Lea and his colleague Chris Liddle of IRIS Rigging put the infamous Father Time weathervane into position as itÕs reinstalled back on top of the clock over looking Lords Cricket ground. The weathervane which sits above the Mound Stand had been bent by almost 90 degrees during high winds in back in March. The deathly steel figure has been a feature at the Home of Cricket since 1926 now finally back in itÕs rightful position. Picture : www.photo-features.co.uk Mobile: 07966 967672 Email: jeremy@durkinphotoservices.com 41 Boat Dyke Rd Upton Norwich Norfolk NR13 6BL

IRIS Rigging’s Mark Lea and his colleague Chris Liddle put the infamous Father Time weather-vane into position as its reinstalled back on top of the clock over looking Lords Cricket ground.The weather vane which sits above the Mound Stand was bent by almost 90 degrees during high winds in back in March.  The deathly steel figure has been a feature at the Home of Cricket since 1926 now finally back in its rightful position.IRIS RIGGING Jan 2014 (9)

For more information or to contact IRIS Rigging see www.irisrigging.com