Hoist Design Information

World Renowned For Innovation, Service & Quality

Didsbury hoists have been in use in the aviation industry for over 70 years

Specified by Airbus, Boeing, Dassault, Fokker, Embraer, Sukhoi and many other aircraft manufacturers. They are routinely used across the world on the vast majority of assembly lines and in most MROs and airline maintenance hangars. Didsbury hoists have become the standard demanded by maintenance professionals providing control, precision and above all, safety.
We design, develop, manufacture, service and repair hoists for use on all types of aircraft. Over the years Didsbury has grown into a world renowned company offering innovation, quality and service to aircraft manufacturers, their licensees, maintenance and repair centres and airlines around the world.
Based in Manchester, England with sales and service centres in Singapore, USA, Dubai, Germany and Italy, our aim is to delight our customers whatever their requirement for aviation hoists might be.

We have earned a worldwide reputation for our unrivalled design and engineering capabilities which have enabled Didsbury to develop lifting and handling solutions for many generations of aircraft.

If you are an aircraft manufacturer or a system supplier and you have a need to lift, remove or install an item, contact us we will be very pleased to help you design the perfect solution for you and your customers.

What We Offer

If you need to remove or install any aircraft component whether it is in a very confined space or readily accessible, we can provide the right tooling for you.

Product Design For Aircraft Manufacturers
For aircraft designers and manufacturers we provide a complete hoist design, development and prototyping service. The best solutions are inevitably found by close collaboration with our customers. By working with aircraft manufacturers and operators, our engineers provide practical, efficient and cost effective solutions to lifting problems.

By exchanging CAD files during the design phase, clashes can be eliminated before prototype production and trials, significantly speeding up development time.