Liftup A/S is raising awareness of accessibility with new technology and is selling its health technology business.


Liftup of North Jutland, which has since 2014 developed and sold the prize-winning Raizer lifting chair, has sold the rights to this product to the British Direct Healthcare Group (DHG). The sale is going ahead in order to focus on and bolster Liftup’s work on accessibility solutions in the form of personal lifts. Liftup launched the new product – the EleNor lift – in the spring of this year and expects to supply the first of these to the Danish market in the course of autumn 2022. EleNor will be introduced to the international markets at around the same time.

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New longer access ramps available for FlexStep


With the help of a new Raise-To-Fold (RTF) transformation option, our FlexStep products have the option for new longer ramps which makes it easier to get up on the lifting platform, as the slope is less steep.

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Summer Holiday '22


You might experience longer response time, but we're here the whole summer. We do, however, recommend you to use our main mail boxes / phone number, instead of individual mail adresses / mobile phone numbers to secure you a quick reply:

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Liftup access products are now available as 3-D Revit models at the BIM-object platform.

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Excellent EasyLift installation


The beautiful white EasyLift at hotel Villa Copenhagen blends in well with the surroundings. The flexible design is well utilized, and the floor is covered with the same granite tiles, as the floor on which the lift is installed. The EasyLift appears as an integral part of the room.

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Merry Christmas


The year is coming to an end and we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Liftup has landed its biggest single order!


Liftup was established based on the FlexStep concept of stairs and a wheelchair lift in the same product, and it’s precisely this self-developed and unique product now setting a record for a single order destined for schools in Seoul, South Korea.

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Everyone has access to the sky in Nice


The Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur is an astronomical observatory located on the summit of Mount Gros in Nice, France. The observatory was built in the late 18th century with Charles Garnier as chief architect and Gustave Eiffel as designer of the main dome. The observatory is a place of science and culture where research is being done in planetology, star physics and gravitational waves.

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Danish welfare technology now accessible to even more people all over the world


For several years, the electrically operated lifting chair for professionals, Raizer, has been a great success around the world, e.g. in the UK where the regulations for healthcare workers regarding lifting and handling are strict. The restrictions valid for lifting and handling also apply to the ambulance services using the Raizer. Similar provisions are applicable in Australia, where the lifting chair is an important aid for ambulance services.

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Raizer M: A dignified experience for the private user


“It is our endeavour to make it a stress-free and dignified experience to be helped back on the feet after a fall – whether in a nursing home or in your own private home”, says Søren Elisiussen, CEO of Liftup A/S, about the series of lifting chairs called Raizer.

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NEWS: Liftup introduces Raizer M


Based on the input received from a lot of customers, we have now developed a new version of the Raizer lifting chair which will improve the safety for millions of private citizens around the world...

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