Victorian glass handling specialist J A & SON, dramatically grows the business with the help of Maeda mini crawler cranes. Read more
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 a clear understanding her business has to work around the demands of mobile and tower cranes companies, Casey-Lee Powell has built Red Radio Solutions into the “go-to” supplier for the crane industry. Cooper Heavy Industries were one of Red Radio’s first customers. Read more
Renovations to the Aircraft Hall at the Australian War Memorial required the removal of a key object – a Second World War de Havilland Mosquito bomber aircraft. Cranes and Lifting finds out how Capital Cranes helped pull off this feat.
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.
Maeda has officially launched the all-new CC1908S-1, the largest telescopic crawler crane in the Maeda range.
Coopers Heavy Industries recently invested in a 70t Liebherr mobile crane catering to the demand for “space restrictive” lifts across Sydney. Read more