The NSW Government is funding the $15.9 million rebuilding of the Briner Bridge to ensure the community has safe and reliable access for generations to come. The original Briner Bridge over the Coldstream River between Ulmarra and Tucabia was built in 1908 and served the community well for more than 110 years.
South Coast engineering firm CREW adds a TIDD articulated pick and carry to its crane fleet, catering to Tier One builders and contractors. Read more
A massive 135 tonne crane has been installed at Sydney Metro’s Central Station to help deliver infrastructure for the underground station. Read more
Two crane barges are scheduled to leave Sydney Harbour to salvage an upturned barge and sewage truck that have become submerged just off Great Mackerel Beach, NSW. Read more
New South Wales and Tasmania will see crane access laws simplified as a result of changes for Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs), according to the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR). Read more
Borger Cranes recently completed a complex lift for NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) involving the removal of timber truss spans from the Old Sportsman Bridge in Lawrence. Read more
The Baden family name is synonymous with the crane and earthmoving equipment sectors. They’ve been selling, servicing and repairing machines for over three decades. Cranes and Lifting finds out more from Ben Baden about where the business is at today. 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
After 35 years in the industry, Australian owned and operated business Hanchard Cranes closed late last year due to the retirement of Mike Hanchard. Cranes and Lifting was fortunate to catch up with Mike before he was craned off into the sunset to enjoy his well-earned retirement.
CICA provides an overview of why there is a need to train crane operators to futureproof the industry and the training available out there. Read more