Top 3 Things to Consider When Hiring a Crane Truck

Posted on: 23 September 2018

Imagine having the functionality of a standard crane and the mobility of a truck all being provided by the same equipment. Well, that's exactly what a crane truck offers you. A crane truck is essentially a tray-top with crane equipment mounted on it. This eliminates the limitation of having to operate your crane equipment from a fixed location but also makes it easier to move the equipment from one location to other locations where it may be needed. [Read More]

Top Considerations When Hiring A Mobile Crane

Posted on: 2 April 2018

Mobile cranes are extremely versatile when it comes to transporting different types of construction loads. They come in different types, and choosing one for your construction project doesn't need to be a daunting task. However, if you have never hired a mobile crane before, finding the right one for your project can be a bit challenging. This is because you can miss a thing or two when it comes to the considerations required for the perfect mobile crane. [Read More]

Two Ways That Operators of Heavy Construction Equipment Can Avoid Being Injured

Posted on: 4 January 2018

Operating forklifts, bulldozers, excavators and other types of powerful heavy construction equipment can put a person at risk of injury. Here are two ways that those who own and operate this equipment can avoid getting hurt. Invest in high-quality seating Poorly made seating can drastically increase a person's risk of developing an injury when they are driving a piece of heavy construction equipment. For example, if their seat has an inadequate suspension system which does not absorb the impact created by the machinery's constant vibrations, the operator could end up experiencing chronic back pain and nerve damage. [Read More]

Four Interesting Ways You Can Reduce Your Lift Truck Rental Costs

Posted on: 15 November 2017

Hiring lift trucks enable you to complete multiple tasks even when you lack the money required to purchase one. However, the hiring costs can be expensive since you are charged a flat rate and an additional sum per hour. Unless there is careful planning at your site, this can lead to an increase in your overall costs. Below are interesting ways that you can use to reduce your lift truck rental costs. [Read More]