Tasmanian company Cranes Combined recently took delivery of the new Kato CR-250Rv city crane. It is the first of the new model to be delivered in Australia.
Digger Misner, managing director and owner of Capital Cranes, has been involved in the crane industry for almost 30 years. With customer relationships, service and safety as his major priorities, his guidance has seen the business become a major force in the nation’s capital. Read more
With new product launches planned and a new business development manager on board, Tutt Bryant is excited about the year ahead. Read more
It might have taken “crane personality couple” Ari and Marie Debner a few goes, but focussing on what they do best turned their business into the success it is today. Read more
Diamond Valley Mobile Cranes is a family-owned and run business. Its origins date back to 1968 when it started with one man, Martin Kienhuis, and one crane. Read more
Cranes Combined is Tasmania’s largest crane hire business. It has also played a major role in determining a new road access system for cranes, likely to be rolled out across the country.
Tutt Bryant Heavy Lift & Shift (TBHLS) recently delivered a new 150t SCX1500A-3 crawler crane to NZ Crane Hire, Auckland’s longest standing mobile crane hire business. Read more
Sydney crane hire business Borger Cranes recently took delivery of a new 20t KATO City Cranes, thanks to the reliability and performance of other KATO models in the Borger fleet. Read more
There is plenty of development activity in the pick and carry crane market: the cover of our last issue showed the prototype of a new 55t DRA crane, this story includes news of the anticipated 40t Terex Franna, and TIDD expects to soon announce an important new safety feature. All these updates are addressing safety in different ways, which is great for the industry. In some ways, 2018 is the calm before the storm, with most European manufacturers saving major announcements for bauma. Greg Keane reports. Read more