Boom Logistics recently provided company results from the 2021 financial year. Announcing a net profit, after tax of $1.2 million, Managing Director, Tony Spassopoulos spoke to Cranes and Lifting about the company’s performance.
When Boom Logistics was contracted to help construct a huge industrial shed, they deployed six cranes for the job.
Boom Logistics received delivery of its new Liebherr LTM1750-9.1, a 750t capacity crane, to complete this lift in Melbourne’s CBD. It’s the largest capacity crane seen on Melbourne’s streets. Read more
The Boom Logistics team from the Blackwater operation in Central Queensland (CQ) hosted a traditional welcome and smoking ceremony for the naming of the newest addition to its crane fleet. Read more
Peter Shaw, Boom Logistics Business Unit Manager took delivery of the Tadano GT600EL because of its user-friendliness and a good price point.
Wind power company Goldwind Australia has appointed a crane company to undertake a $13 to 16 million lifting, mechanical and electrical installation of 48 wind turbine generators (WTG) in Tasmania. Read more
Boom Logistics – supplier of integrated lifting solutions for Australian industry – has spent the last few years transforming its business to be more cost effective and flexible to meet customer demands, while also making significant inroads to becoming a major player in the country’s booming wind farm sector, writes Jan Arreza.