ServerLIFT Recognized by Inc. 500 | 5000 in 2013

ServerLIFT Corporation has been honored by Inc. Magazine for the second year in a row, joining the prestigious list of the Inc. 500 | 5000 fastest growing private companies in America. ServerLIFT’s 2013 ranking significantly improved over last year from 85th to 39th overall among manufacturing companies. With a three-year growth of 241%, ServerLIFT continues to demonstrate a strong presence in the technology industry.

The growth of ServerLIFT is a testament to the continued research and constant release of innovative data center equipment. The focus over the last three years has been tactfully balanced between engineering and market awareness.


The ServerLIFT product line focuses on data center management, helping modernize an outdated approach for handling critical IT hardware in confined areas. As ServerLIFT continues to concentrate on developing solutions to create a safer & efficient work environment, the brand will continue to become an integral part of companies around the world.


ServerLIFT Joins the 2012 Inc. 500|5000

ServerLIFT Is One of Inc. 500 | 5000
Fastest-Growing Companies In America!

We are proud to inform you that ServerLIFT has joined the 2012 Inc. 500|5000 list of fastest growing companies in America. For more than 30 years, Inc. has celebrated the fastest-growing private companies in America based on their significant revenue growth over a three year period.

To be honored this year is a particularly notable achievement, since most companies had to thrive through three of the toughest years this economy has seen. Success in such times is an eloquent testimony of our team’s creativity, resilience, and tenacity. In a stagnant economic environment, median growth rate of 2012 Inc. 500|5000 companies remains an impressive 97 percent.

ServerLIFT is proud to join the ranks of industry leaders such as Microsoft, Dell, Oracle, Facebook, and the rest of the listof prestigious companies , which have contributed to creating over 400,000 jobs and nearly $15.7 billion over the last three years.