Eilon Engineering Celebrates 40 Years of Keeping People Safe

Leading load monitoring company, Eilon Engineering, has been in the business of keeping people safe for 40 years and is celebrating the anniversary with a generous program of luxury incentives for its customers and distributors.

“In retrospect, looking back at the last four decades, I feel both humbled and gratified at how far we have come,” explains President and Founder of Elion Engineering, Eitan Eilon. “I feel that our greatest achievement is that our customers trust our products and best of all that we are contributing to keeping people safe. Our products span the globe and we have created a legacy of uncompromising safety and quality.”

Eilon Engineering has grown to become a world leader in the development and manufacturing of load monitoring systems. The company’s list of repeat clients includes prestigious institutions like NASA and the US Air Force along with corporate giants Lockheed Martin, Boeing, GE, Siemens and Vestas, amongst others. Some of the world’s best known brands in entertainment like Cirque du Soleil, the MTV Video Music Awards and Blue Man Group, as well as many others turn to products from Eilon Engineering for load safety.

Despite Eilon Engineering grand achievements in the past, Eitan Eilon makes it clear that the company does not rest on its laurels: “We continually look to the future,” he states “We embrace new technologies and constantly fine-tune and enhance our existing aerospace-quality products while our brilliant R&D team is tirelessly at work innovating new ones.” An example of the company’s constant developments is Elion’s recent launch of Bluetooth hand-held PRRs (Portable Radio Receivers), for which an app is simply downloaded to a smartphone or tablet.

Eitan concludes by acknowledging the Eilon team and its company partners around the world. “I especially wish to thank every member of our Eilon Engineering family for their non-stop dedication, and to our international network of distributors for having helped us reach the point where we are today.”