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  1. I have a question possibly someone at Elevator World could help me with.I need to know how many total escalators and moving walks there are in the USA.Any direction or help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,

  2. Hi Robert,

    Thanks for the e-mail. I will have our research department contact you personally regarding this information. If you have any other questions please let us know.

    Elevator World, Inc.

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  4. HI every one
    I am anew employment in elvator company, need information about elevator and how it doing(introduction to elevator)
    thank you

  5. i need to know a proper tools to be used for repair of elevator….such as replacement of rope. replacement of secondary sheave, …etc. for elevator .thanks

  6. I’m looking for a rule book for (human) elevator operators. There used to be one on the web, from a US Army archive. These books were used for training operators. Does anyone have access to any?
    I’d like to get in touch.

  7. My son is really into elevators, he is 13 and he has been like that since he was 3. Are there any places in Los Angeles, CA (Burbank, Glendale, North Hollywood, San Fernando Valley) related to elevators that he could volunteer?

    Thank you.

  8. Dear Mariam-

    Thank you for your message. Off the top of my head I do not know of any unless he received some type of internship with an elevator company in the area. I would also suggest looking, or contacting, the Elevator Industry Group of Southern California (http://elevatorindustry.com/) as they may be able to help. In addition, if you ever make it to New York with your son do not miss the Elevator Museum (http://www.elevatorhistory.org/), a physical museum dedicated to all things vertical transportation. He can also visit our online museum at http://www.theelevatormuseum.org/. Best regards!

  9. Here is your midweek lift…..

    We are escalating the seriousnesses of stepping up…

    Aint no trolley riding me
    Aint no suitcase squashing me


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