The crane industry is no different to any industry sector. As a result of the continued COVID crisis, there has been an increase of stress and strain on operations which has lead to more crane accidents.
A continued rise in crane accidents is driving change throughout the insurance sector, says UAA. Read more
The frequency of cyber-crime events is growing exponentially, year on year and it and it is a fallacy for crane hire companies to think they are immune to a cyber-attack. Cranes and Lifting reports. Read more
Underwriting Agencies Australia (UAA) invited the chairman of the Singapore Cranes Association (SCA), Jimmy Chua and his colleague, Akbar Kader, to attend the CICA Conference and Exhibition. It was a fact-finding trip providing both with a better understanding of how the crane sector works in Australia. Read more
Insurance, like most other aspects of the crane industry, is based on traditional business values. It makes a difference when you have a proactive and experienced insurance broker working on your behalf with the right insurance underwriter. Read more
The Australian crane industry got right behind this year’s CICA Conference and Exhibition, and there were plenty of highlights. Read more
Do crane companies genuinely understand the liabilities they face when signing a contract and who’s responsible if something goes wrong? Cranes and Lifting finds out more. Read more
George Grasso, chief services officer at UAA, which has been providing insurance coverage to Melrose Cranes for more than 16 years, talks about fleet value and risk factors in cranes 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
Crane operators need comprehensive insurance to protect themselves and their business, so it’s important you have the right cover.