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Basket Brigade

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SFL works with London Basket Bridade as they deliver hampers over Christmas

03 January 2018

SFL Mobile Radio was pleased to work with the London Basket Brigade over the Christmas period, donating 10 Motorola DP3400 two-way radios for them to use to help organise communication at their annual event. The Basket Brigade pack food hampers and deliver them as a Christmas suprise to unsuspecting families in need. The YES Group... Read More

Hawkshire Liebherr crawler crane

Case Studies, News

SFL installs hands-free radio solution for a Hawkshire crawler crane

25 November 2017

SFL has recently worked together with crawler crane specialist Hawkshire installing a hands-free radio solution for one of its crawler cranes. Re-known for our bespoke hands-free crane radios we install on tower cranes, we needed to create a similar system to be used in crawler cranes where there is a lot less foot space. SFL... Read More

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General, News

SFL works with Wirral Bazaar in aid of North West Cancer Research

29 October 2017

SFL is pleased to donate six Motorola Digital DP3400 two-way radios to hire for Wirral Bazaar Christmas Fair in aid of North West Cancer Research. The annual shopping event which will see 70 carefully selected stalls offering a variety of unique and beautiful Christmas gifts, takes place on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd November in... Read More

Berry Burn Wind Farm near Inverness employs two-way radios

Case Studies, News

Wind farm employs Motorola radio system with GPS telephone interconnect

24 September 2017

SFL Mobile Radio is proud to continue its relationship with Statkraft, installing a new two-way radio system with GPS telephone interconnect at its Berry Burn Wind Farm near Inverness. A relatively new wind farm, when Statkraft approached SFL there was no radio system in place and the site was struggling with communications. Due to its... Read More

Kingsley Community School

Case Studies, News

Two-way radios used for school’s safeguarding and emergency procedures

18 July 2017

Kingsley Community School has purchased 36 two-way radios from SFL in order to put its new safeguarding and emergency plans into place. The Motorola DP1400 radios will be used across the school in Liverpool to co-ordinate staff and pupils during its emergency fire process and also for its new lockdown procedure. School administration officer Lyndsey... Read More