About

Portable Stage. The exclusive home of NexGen Portable Staging! 

And NexGen is born….  We are a Sheffield-based manufacturer of Portable Staging & Accessories. Our remit is to ensure our clients can raise their performers and shows from ground level, safely and quickly, whether on their own site or in the field. Portable staging has been around since early 2001 and forms an important part of the equipment used by performers around the world. It has historically been locked together to form a safe platform upon which to present. The failing in the product has always been the wear and tear of the locking mechanisms, and until now, no-one has found a solution to these failings.

Our client base includes Local authorities, MOD, Schools, Universities, Colleges, the Fire Service, the Ambulance Service, the Police Service, HM Prisons, Hospitals, Airports, Hotels, Pubs, Events, Choirs and a host of public performers.

Our business has historically required us to supply our system with standard locking mechanisms used in many portable staging systems across the globe. However, in the recent past we have invested heavily in the development of a lock free staging system that uses magnetic technology to replace the locks and solve product failure. This is the first of its kind in the world. With this “lock free” ethos in mind we continue to invest, but only where it will enhance the products we provide.

We’ve  designed a next generation staging deck and riser to make life a lot easier for our clients.

With no locks, less weight, faster assembly and better strength, these next generation portable staging products, truly leave most other brands in the dark.

Manufacturing portable staging in the steel city – Sheffield UK, we are well placed to deliver throughout the UK, and hold stocks to make deliveries rapid.

Our offices are based at Aizelwoods Mill in Sheffield, the building was built in 1861 on the site of the former nursery gardens of Sheffield Castle and alongside Sheffield first railway, the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire, which carried grain from the cornfields of Lincolnshire.

The Mill project was carried out for John Aizelwood, one of the pioneers of the roller reduction system of flour milling. Aizelwoods Mill was one of the first mills in the country to be equipped with this system.

The business stayed in the family until 1962 when it was sold to Associated british foods. The building was closed in 1984 and in 1985 it was purchased by today’s landlords and renovated for the next 5 years.

Be sure to include a NexGen quotation on your next staging project, we’re sure you’ll not be disappointed. Use our Quick Quotation tool if you have an idea what you need, or Call us on 0845 2260 192

Updated May 31st 2018.