The customer account manager will oversee all our military spares and repairs contract accounts, negotiating contracts and agreements to align with customer expectations and aim to exceed them with delivery.
The 121st IOR Annual Dinner was held on the 30th June 2022 at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London St Pauls, London.
Since her arrival 4 months ago, Denise Gladding, the Business Support Manager, has been busy either installing, uplifting or upgrading most of our Business Support Systems. All our company policies have been reviewed and re-issued, our membership to the Achilles Platform (for offshore customers) and JOSCAR (for Defence customers) have been renewed and she has […]
2022 has seen Lightfoot Defence Ltd increase their efforts in supporting Naval Forces abroad. Not only are we providing quick response support in the Kingdom of Bahrain to any Royal Naval vessel stationed or visiting there but we are increasingly seeing other countries take up our services for us to respond quickly and efficiently to […]
Lightfoot Defence are planning to increase the output of reclaimed ECR Grade R245fa refrigerant from their site in response to a shortage of the product in the wholesale market.
Our task was to manufacture and deliver 6 sets of 03 DASS Fill and Drain rigs for the BAE Systems export market, Qatar.
Lightfoot successfully bid for the contract to design and build a multi-room refrigeration plant for the Brazilian Navy flag ship aircraft carrier SAO PAOLO.
Lightfoot were contracted to supply a multi-room refrigeration system that included significant redundancy.
As part of our commitment to the Royal Navy for continued through life support of their installed equipment, Lightfoot was tasked with carrying out a detailed review of the air-conditioning and associated systems as the equipment OEM.
The UK Ministry of Defence required a new machine to replace an interim solution that had been in service for 15 years which was no longer fit for purpose. The design requirements of the machine meant it had to be capable of recovering, replenishing, vacuum dehydrating, and pressure testing the DASS system on their Typhoon aircraft.